Take a sneak peek inside our July 2018 issue, on newsstands June 12.

Women's Running — July 2018
The July issue of Women’s Running is designed to help you love the body you’re in. With our annual “Body Issue,” you’ll find inspiration from fellow women runners and advice from running experts on how to use running to find confidence and mental and physical health, no matter where you are. On the cover is ultrarunner Hillary Allen, who survived a freak fall last year during a trail race. She now proudly bears her numerous scars and shares her story of resilience and resolve, leaving her mentally stronger than she’s ever been. You’ll also find our annual Bra & Bottom Awards, helping you find the running bottoms and sports bras to fit your body type. You can also learn about the physiological benefits, risks and goals for the most common reasons to run to help you frame your training. With the arrival of summer, we have also rounded up our favorite sunglasses for sweaty summer runs and some of our top picks for summer skincare essentials. Also in this issue, you’ll find our monthly dose of nutrition, gear, training, injury prevention, racing and wellness advice to help you get the most of out of your running lifestyle. Happy running!
Women's Running — July 2018
We spent hours on the roads and trails running in more than 100 products to bring you the 2018 Women’s Running Bra and Bottom Awards. We are giving you a starting point for finding your next favorite piece of running apparel so you can hit the road with confidence and style.
Women's Running — July 2018
Ultrarunner Hillary Allen was at the pinnacle of her sport when a freak fall last year nearly ended her life. Today, she proudly bears the scars that remind her of the resilience of the human body and spirit, and writer Julia Beeson Polloreno gives us a glimpse into the mind of this inspiring runner.
Women's Running — July 2018
The best way to approach running depends on what you want to get out of it. Writer Matt Fitzgerald breaks down these guidelines to help you navigate the benefits, risks and best training methods so you can reach your own running goals.
Women's Running — July 2018
Summer is here! And we tried out a whole lot of sunglasses for summer running, all of which stay on your face for sweaty runs and will earn you style points. Also in the Warm Up section, we rounded up our favorite summer skincare products, recommend three new reads for runners, share the deets on The North Face’s new “Bottle Source” collection and explain how Oiselle is helping the next generation of women runners. Experts also weigh in on their top tips for little things you can do to prevent injury, one runner shares how training for an Ironman helped her recover from a decade of disordered eating, wellness getaways to restore your mind, body and soul, learn how to really clean your water bottles and the story of one cancer survivor, who had set learning to run as a lifelong goal.
Women's Running — July 2018
Crank up the tunes! Your summer playlist can do more than help you power through runs—it can also boost your recovery. Also in the Race Smart section, learn more about the Altra Knit Torin 3.5, see what’s happening in the world of running in July, learn first aid for when injuries and illnesses come up on your runs, learn more about Allyson Felix’s work with the YMCA, get expert coaching advice on proper arm swing and running safely in the heat, meet three women who ran to overcome their circumstances, review how to address the painful piriformis syndrome, and find out how running changes your brain structure.
Women's Running — July 2018
With these five easy-to-make salad recipes, you can enjoy in-season, nutrient-rich fruit any night of the week. Also in our Eat to Run section, you’ll find plant-based protein products to grab after a run, a sports nutrition–recommended solutions to your race-day gut issues and a stuffed eggplant recipe.

Our July 2018 issue is on newsstands now! Browse through the gallery above for a look inside our annual “Body Issue” and purchase a digital copy of the issue here. Readers can purchase a full year of Women’s Running for only $19.95 (60 percent off the cover price!) by subscribing at this link.

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