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The Top 10 Workout Songs For February 2019

As we move further into the new year, options on the workout music front are growing more collaborative. More than half of this month’s picks involve folks working together—often from different ends of the musical spectrum. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a few of the standouts below. Beginning with the straightforward collaborations, you’ll find […]

These Are The Yoga Poses Runners Should Avoid

Many runners find yoga to be an incredibly helpful addition to their workout regimen. It can help us increase the range of motion in areas that, traditionally, get overly tight due to the repetitive movements of our sport. Yoga is also beneficial for strengthening some of the muscles that can get a bit lazy without […]

How To Find Your Perfect Training Strategy

Finding The Right Training Plan Of all the training plans out there (by Hal Higdon, Jack Daniels, etc.) what do you like for us mere mortals? When I was in high school, the cross country, indoor and outdoor track teams each had a different coach every season. I did well initially, grabbing a coveted state […]

The Case Of The Adult-Onset Runner

I recently wrote about my first run (ever as an adult). I wasn’t a runner until much later in life—to the point that I have dubbed it a condition: adult-onset running. Adult-onset running is fun and amazing for many reasons. For someone who has never felt that “runner’s high” until age 30? Whoa. It’s like […]

Photos: Women Who Dominated At The 2019 Millrose Games

The 112th annual New York Road Runners Millrose Games, one of the biggest events of the indoor track season in the United States, concluded on Saturday, February 9 after two days of competitions at The Armory in New York City. This year’s NYRR Women’s Wanamaker Mile, a stand-out event at Millrose each year, saw American […]

Get Psyched For The Grammys With This Playlist Featuring 2019’s Nominees

The Best Of This Year’s Grammy Nominees While each year is increasingly crammed with music award shows, the Grammy Awards are distinguished in two key ways. First, they remain the most prestigious—as they remain the musical equivalent to the Oscars for film, the Emmys for television and the Tonys for theater. Second, the volume of […]

Katelyn Tuohy Is The National Girls Cross Country Runner Of The Year

Runner Of The Year Earlier today, high school junior Katelyn Tuohy was named the National Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year, an annual award presented by Gatorade. Tuohy, who was the recipient of this same award last year, has also won the Gatorade Female High School Athlete of the Year award for 2017-18 and […]

3 Factors To Consider Before Returning To The Start Line

In a grand start to 2019, Hoka-sponsored athlete Jim Walmsley silenced many of his critics by qualifying for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. What made his 1:04:00 Houston Half Marathon so incredible, however, is the fact that Walmsley is an ultrarunner. Among his accolades is a victory at the 2018 Western States 100, at […]

“Boss Lady” Emma Coburn Has One Big Goal In Mind For 2019

Breaking 9 World champion. Olympic medalist. Seven-time national champion. For nearly a decade, American steeplechaser Emma Coburn has rocked the top of the steeplechase scene, solidifying her place in track history as one of the best ever in the 3,000-meter event. Although she has achieved enormous success, the 28-year-old from Crested Butte, Colo., continues to […]

How To Find Your Perfect Sports Bra Fit

Tame Your Tatas Boobs, melons, cha-chas, jugs, knockers. We’ve got nicknames aplenty for our breasts, but we still don’t like talking about them. Truth is, your girls matter—and we’re here to get them the support they need. No matter your cup size, use our tips to find your best sports bra fit. Boob Blunders Is […]