The 4 Most Important Run Training Sessions In Your Week
If you're training for an event, there are a number of different run sessions you can build into your week, but which are the most important?
Running LA to NYC: Paul Johnson Targets Transcontinental Record for Mental Health
Meet Naval Officer Paul Johnson, who is embarking on a monumental journey to break the Transcontinental Run record while championing mental health awareness.
The Best 'Bang For Your Buck' Bike Upgrades
If you’ve got some cash burning a hole in your pocket and want to buy some speed, what are the best “bang for your buck” purchases you can make?
How Runners Can Get The Best Out of Strava
From finding inspiring athletes to follow, to planning your routes, there are a number of ways that Strava users can get the most out of the platform.
Cyclists You Should Follow on Strava
From the Tour de France to the Olympics, Mountain Bike riders to road cyclists - they're all on Strava.
How to Train for a Marathon
Running for a marathon is a defining challenge for any distance runner, but it’s possible with the right training plan and consistency in your schedule.
The Simple Beauty of the Best Efforts Power Curve
The Power Curve plots your peak performances across various time periods, helping you understand the type of rider you are and how to improve.
The Secrets to Creating a Successful Training Program
It can be difficult to figure out which training program is for you, so in this article, Charlie gives some basic, common-sense rules to apply when trying to make sense of all the noise.
French Cyclists Claim World Record for Largest GPS Drawing by Bike
Two French cyclists set out on a 2,196-km mission to set a Strava Art world record by tracing the Olympic rings, gearing up for the Paris 2024 Olympics.
You’re Probably Not Injured: Re-thinking How We Manage Athletic Pain
Athletes have long been conditioned to stop training when they start to feel pain. However, recent research suggests that perhaps the best treatment for an injury is... exercise!
Runners You Should Follow on Strava
Following other runners on Strava is a sure-fire way to build your motivation - and even get some tips and advice on how to improve. Here are some of Strava's favorite follows to help inspire your running journey.
How To Train for a 5K
Training for your first 5k can be hard, but following a schedule and learning about holistic running training will vastly help your progression.
How to Use Strava Flyby to Hone Race Craft
The Strava Labs feature allows you to visualize where you gain or lose time relative to other athletes, which can help you refine pacing and race strategy.
Gran Fondo Focus: Bucket List Events
From California to the Côte d'Azur, these are the classic Gran Fondos - also known as sportives - to add to your cycling bucket list.
Illi Gardner: Queen of the Mountains
Meet Illi Gardner: from road racing to Strava's Queen of the Mountains, her ascent in cycling is a relentless pursuit of peaks and records, dominating punishing gradients with passion and prowess.
How To Qualify for the Boston Marathon: Times and Training Tips
Running the Boston Marathon is a dream for many marathoners around the world, but qualifying for Boston is a feat unto itself.
It's Time to Sign Up For a Race
Entering a running race can be a daunting prospect, but doing so brings with it a host of physical and psychological benefits that will keep you motivated through the season.
How to Get the Most Out of Your Indoor Trainer
Indoor cycling offers a powerful compliment to your outdoor training. Here are seven tips and techniques to help you maximize the benefits of your indoor trainer.