The iconic road race brings with it a sense of hope.
Our mentality can push our running to new heights—or hold us back. Have you considered coaching your brain as well as your body?
A pair of recent studies from Iowa State University found that even just a half hour of exercise may boost the effects of therapy over time.
We review a new smartwatch player, the Wahoo Elemnt Rival, and an old favorite, the Garmin Forerunner 945.
A study of men and women's time sharing habits found that men seem to "borrow" time from women for fit in their workouts.
Ben Rosario, founder of the nonprofit elite training group, will become full-time executive director of the organization.
Since becoming a mom in September 2021, De La Cruz has formed a new bond with running, one that’s more joyful and less rigid.
World championships silver medalist Kara Goucher recounts how silencing her intuition didn't serve her well. Now she gives the advice she wishes she received as a young runner.
Pro trail runner Abby Hall shares lessons that can help other runners achieve their goals, whether they’re just starting out or training for an ultra
Formerly a Oiselle donation program, Bras for Girls is now its own 501(c)(3) and is expanding to get thousands more bras into the hands of girls who need them.
Overly restricting calories isn’t the way to lose weight on the run.
360 YOU mentor TrackClubBabe shares how her performances skyrocketed after she started paying attention to her fueling strategy.
Turn mobility into a habit by incorporating it into your busy routine.
Mixed research and mixed messages can leave athletes confused about how much to move when trying to conceive or during a pregnancy journey.
Researchers estimate that these simple changes could increase your life expectancy by up to 10 years.
In 2019, Mary Cain alleged abuse under the most renowned distance running coach in the country. Then she promised to do whatever she could to fix girls' sports.
A personal rant turned into an education. Here’s why so many running bras have those removable pads that you lose in the laundry, plus 10 of our favorite bras that don't have them.
Power through tough workouts or races with wise words from the pros.
From athletes to advocates, business leaders to community voices, these 15 women are reshaping the running industry for the better—and we can’t wait to watch the impact they make in the new year.
In 2020, we started a new tradition: Kicking off the new year by announcing our Women’s Running Power Women of the Year. The women featured in that group were the game changers, rule breakers, and trailblazers within our community; they were the ones to watch, to cheer for, and to be inspired by in this upcoming year.
For the third year in a row, we’re thrilled to announce a new group of honorees. In this year’s list, you’ll find some familiar faces along with a number of new additions. Last year, we broadened our scope beyond just athletes, because it’s not only the pros who are changing the game, it’s women within every corner of our community.
There are top athletes, of course, as well as powerful advocates who are speaking out about everything from domestic violence to racial inequality. We included leaders and innovators, as well as some of the most impactful voices of the women’s running world. Like the rest of us, the women in these pages identify as more than runners, but it’s through running that they’ve inspired us.
These 15 power women are reshaping the running industry for the better—and we can’t wait to watch the impact they make in the upcoming year.