13 Pieces of Strava Art That Made Us... Wow
Drawing an image with your own two feet or wheels puts the sweat into artwork! Here are 13 of the most incredible pieces of Strava Art we've spotted over the years.
Workout of the Week: Bike PowerIntervals
Incorporating 2-minute PowerIntervals into your training is a great way to gain the power for prolonged surges in power or pace.
Sabrina Pace-Humphreys: From Post-Natal Depression to Ultra Trail Runner and Diversity Champion
Sabrina Pace-Humphreys discusses her journey from post-natal depression to being a leading figure in the UK trail running community.
Leave No Trace 101: The 7 Principles
As the human population on planet Earth continues to explode, we all need to practice leave no trace principles to mitigate humanity's impact on the beautiful wilderness areas that we all love to visit.
Is Running Bad for Your Knees?
Is running really bad for your knees and what can you do to guarantee long-term knee health?
Feel the Power: How to Pace with a Power Meter
It's one thing owning a power meter, it's another setting it up and using it to improve your performance.
Individualization: The Last Frontier of Endurance Training?
Individualization is increasingly important when it comes to training plans, with three key areas to focus on: Aptitude, Responsiveness and Tolerance.
New! Nike Workouts Sync to Strava
Three apps you love, working together like never before. Now you can connect Nike Run Club (NRC) and Nike Training Club (NTC) accounts to Strava.
From the Bottom to Sub Three Marathon Runner: Tommie Runz
As Tommie Runz aims for a new PR at this weekend's Berlin Marathon, he discusses his journey from alcohol addiction to sub-3 hour marathons.
25 Mountain Bike Trails in the USA to Ride Before You Die
The ultimate bucket list: You have to ride these 25 trails spread across the United States before you die!
How Karel Sabbe Smashed the Pacific Crest Trail Record
After 46 days of running an average of 60 miles / 95km per day, Belgian ultrarunner Karel Sabbe set a new record on the Pacific Crest Trail that winds from Mexico to Canada
Five Key Traits Every Mountain Climber Must Possess
All mountaineers are different, but there are some traits which unite them. In this article we’ll study five attributes that all aspiring climbers should try to develop.