Is It Possible to Run a Half Marathon After Knee Surgery?
I just had knee surgery for a torn meniscus seven weeks ago and rehab is going well. I would like to run a half marathon in 12 weeks. Do I have enough time to train?Read More
New Shoe Review: Mizuno Wave Rider 21
The Mizuno Wave Rider 21 offers subtle advancements in comfort and durability. As part of Project Zero—a combined effort between Fleet Feet Sports and Mizuno—you can simply do good by buying a pair. $10 per shoe is donated directly to breast cancer research.
RUN THIS TOWN - WEST HARTFORD, CT
Run This Town West Hartford takes us, feet first, into the heart of Connecticut’s capital. Whether it’s a trail run through the Metacomet Ridge Mountains, post-run beer and burgers, a trot around downtown’s famous sites, or a cemetery speed session, the show’s host sets out to make sure we don't overlook the splendor of one of the nation’s oldest cities.
After you watch the episode, check out our Run This Town bonus content, which includes an interview with Fleet Feet West Hartford owner, Stephanie Blozy, turn by turn directions for some of the area’s top runs, and more.Read More
Hartford Run Through History
Explore rich cultural history on a just-under-four-mile run through downtown Hartford, Conn.Read More
The Best Parks to Run in Rochester
Rochester is a city for runners. Here are our a few of our favorite places to put in some miles.Read More
Rochester By the Numbers
A list of some of interesting or noteworthy things about Rochester, New York.Read More
Rochester Is the Best Running City You’ve Never Thought to Visit
Rochester is, without doubt, underrated. Sure, the winter weather is miserable, but thanks to Brenner and Boots, there are enough winter activities to keep you high on aerobic endorphins through the darkest winter months … and then through every one of Rochester’s distinct seasons.Read More
Run for Waterfalls
The Rochester Marathon is a well-kept, Western New York secret. The USATF-certified 26.2-mile course takes participants along one of the most beautiful Rochester running routes—along the Genesee River, across four different bridges, and by multiple waterfalls. But it wasn’t always this way.Read More
Can I Run a 50K with Only 4 Days of Running a Week?
I recently got into trail running and am finding that a lot of the races I want to run are ultras. I’ve never run more than 20 miles—and I only did that once—but I’d like to give a 50K a try this spring. Think I can do it off of only running four days a week?Read More
4 Ways You're Making Your Running Injuries Worse
Doing too much too soon is the most common cause of chronic running injuries. While the prescription for each ailment is unique, there are common mistakes runners make that often prolong recovery time, or make their injuries worse. Here are some of the common ways that runners exacerbate their injuries and how to avoid them.Read More