Flight of the Bumble Bee
Why would anyone run all night through some of the West’s most rugged mountains just to help some other guy finish a completely ridiculous race? Christie Aschwanden went to the Wasatch Front 100-mile ultramarathon to find out.
Runner’s World, May 2009
When you’re hurt, speed recovery by finding the best specialist for your injury.
Runner’s World, July 2010
Do questions about setting (and maintaining) the right race pace constantly nag you? Relax. We’ve got the answers.
Runner’s World, April 2011
The Big 7 Body Breakdowns
How to avoid (and recover from) the most common running injuries.
Treat and Prevent Running Injuries
Runner’s World, March 2011
The Magic of Mantras
Think strong words. Repeat inspiring phrase. Run even better.
Runner’s World, February 2011
Christie Aschwanden’s Painful Truth at Runner’s World.
A runner finds a physical outlet for emotional suffering.
Runner’s World, December 2009
The Pill Problem
The right drug can relieve pain and discomfort—or put you in a world of hurt. Why you should think twice before popping a pain pill before running.
Runner’s World, May, 2009
Are you too old—or too young—to run your best marathon? To find out, we asked top scientists, coaches, and elite athletes about the impact of aging on endurance. Their answers might pleasantly surprise you.
Runner’s World, February 2009
What kind of runner are you? Were you born to run a fast 5-K, a strong marathon, or something in between? Here’s how to find out—and how to realize your full potential.
Runner’s World, January 2009
Enduring Questions: Why Do We Suffer?
Running can hurt. This is one runner’s quest to understand the bittersweet symphony.
Runner’s World, September 9, 2009
Running On E
Overtraining can turn you into a beast. Backing off can prevent bodily harm.
Runner’s World, October 16, 2007
There’s a fine line between training hard and training too much. Here’s how to know when to much training is hampering your performance.