Sometimes the toughest part of training is getting out the door. It’s easier with a group. NYRR offers several options—find one that's just your speed.
You run on your feet, but the rest of you isn't just along for the ride. Strengthening your core and other key muscle groups can help you run farther and faster—get started today!
Running, like every other sport, involves a risk of injury. The good news is that the right treatment regimen can actually put you back on the road stronger than you were before.
Just like a car needs gas, your body needs fuel during a long run or race. Follow these guidelines for filling your tank while you're ticking off the miles.
If you're new to running—or you're chasing a PR—NYRR can help you make the most of every mile with running groups, coaches, training plans, and more.
Runners are built for speed, but sometimes even the most competitive racers need to slow down. NYRR's Yoga for Runners classes can help—no D-tag required.
Want expert guidance and company while you exercise? Fine-tune your training with running workouts, cross-train with Deep Water Running, or build balance and flexibility with Yoga for Runners. Whether you're an elite racer or you've never run a mile, you'll find a class that fits.
Whether you've run 20 marathons or you've only run to catch the bus, you could probably use a few pointers. NYRR's coaching staff can help you train smart—so that you can toe the line with confidence, and maybe even take home some hardware.
If you're serious about getting fitter, stronger, and faster, you'll need to be able to train consistently without getting hurt. Injuries can be as small as a nagging blister, or as debilitating as a stress fracture. Half of all runners get injured each year. Find out how to stay in the other half.
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