Three New York Road Runners members take on the #ResolveToRun challenge in 2019 by setting personal running goals for themselves including several NYRR races.
Wet conditions couldn’t dampen spirits at the NYRR Joe Kleinerman 10K, honoring a beloved founding member of NYRR and a true competitor.
What are your running goals for 2019? Michael Capiraso, the president and CEO of New York Road Runners, shares his #ResolveToRun plan for the new year. Get inspired!
Neither rain nor wind could keep runners from starting 2019 on the move, as a crowd of more than 3,700 gathered in Central Park for the NYRR Midnight Run.
When we run, we tend to use the same muscles over and over again. If we do not train our muscles to do things other than power us through our run, we can eventually set ourselves up for running related injuries.
2018 was an amazing year for New York Road Runners, from 60th anniversary celebrations to history-making performances by pro athletes. Join us in taking a look back!
The ketogenic diet, keto for short, consists of a very low carbohydrate, very high fat, and moderate protein intake. The original diet restricted patients’ intake of carbohydrates to 15-20 grams daily.
It’s the season of giving—so here are four great gifts for the runner in your life.
The occurrence of injuries among distance runners is high, and serious runners are always looking for insights as to why these injuries occur and how they can be prevented. There are some common factors among runners with high injury rates, as well as proven strategies to prevent them.
The 2018 NYRR Jingle Bell Jog (5K) and Rising New York Road Runners at the Jingle Bell Jog kicked off the holidays in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.
Hundreds of runners logged miles—lots of them!—in Central Park at the NYRR NYC 60K.
When planning a weekly running format, there are some key questions to ask yourself before filling in the calendar.