Magazine We Have A Brand-New Look For 2019! Delaney Mowers12/18/2018 See the new look of Women’s Running in our January/February 2019 Issue—on newsstands now!Women’s Running is all new, from front to back, starting with the January/February 2019 issue. When you pick it up, you may notice thicker paper and a new logo. Move on to the reorganized sections as you read through the magazine, letting yourself have a fresh start this new year. This issue, and moving forward, WR is recommitting to its goals of bringing you training, self-care, injury, gear and safety advice to keep you healthy and active. Find inspiration this new year starting with the cover page, featuring three Native American women who carry on the tradition of running in their culture. You’ll also find fresh running apparel to mix up your wardrobe in 2019 plus three 10K training plans to help you kick off your 2019 season by meeting your running goals. You’ll also find self-care advice, the newest run gear and nutrition tips throughout this issue to keep you refreshed and running strong into the new year. In “The First Runners,” read the story of Native American runners as they live out what truly lies within a runner’s heart. Learn about the history of running in Native American cultures and be inspired by what the sport still means to these women and to their cultures at large today. If you are looking to reinvent your look in 2019, this article is for you. Find a roundup of five fabulous running outfits—each with a different vibe and look. From neutral to bold colors and everything in between, these pages will induce serious gear envy. Running coach Matt Fitzgerald lays out how to train for your first, your fastest or your healthiest 10K yet. This time of year, everyone is conscious of the choices they are making. Take advantage of this momentum by turning your bad habits into new, healthier habits using advice in this feature by writer Lauren Bedosky. You’ll see our redesign’s fresh new fonts and bold color palettes in this issue’s Warm Up section, which includes our favorite new Runner Reads, tips for tackling a destination relay race (even one in Maui), and advice on how to layer properly for cold-weather runs. On our new Wellness page, writer Kiera Carter explains the importance of self-care and recovery for runners. Each month, we’ll be showcasing trends we’ve seen in running apparel and health and wellness products—and we’re starting with a roundup of the best activated charcoal products for active women. In our new Training section, learn why running slow and steady has its benefits. Also in this section, you can learn a new multitasking strength move on the “Get Moving” page—something you can work into even the busiest of weekly routines. In our new Nutrition section, you’ll find five one-pot meals for hearty, low-clean-up eating during the week. And instead of focusing on what to take out of your diet, find out why you should be adding prebiotics. We also rounded up the newest nut butter–based bars on the market.