Run (or run-walk!) 3.1 miles with us virtually on Tuesday, March 8.
Nutritious and delicious weeknight meals can be the norm—this baked ziti with feta cooks up in 30 minutes with minimal prep.
As the whole world watches war unfold in eastern Europe, athletics must contemplate its global reach.
Lack of coverage of women's sports means that runners like Gotytom Gebreslase often don't get the attention they deserve.
Motherhood and the Marathon: Alysia Montaño and Christy Turlington Burns Fundraise for Maternal Care Access
The 800 meter Olympian ran her first marathon last weekend in Tanzania, alongside Christy Turlington Burns, founder of Every Mother Counts.
Jenny Simpson’s historic Marshall, Colorado, schoolhouse home still stands, but escaping the fire was harrowing.
A very niche scandal at an Arizona high school takes the debate about running etiquette to another level
360 YOU mentor Mary Cain is stepping out of her comfort zone by racing a triathlon. Here’s how she’s embracing starting something brand new.
Hellen Obiri is transitioning to the marathon—and making other major changes, too.
Much of what we know about high performance is based on male physiology. A new program at Stanford University wants to change that.
New Balance Boston’s Heather MacLean out-leaned teammate Elle Purrier St. Pierre in the 1500 meters, who in turn won the 3,000 meters at the USATF Indoor Championships.
These 13 options are some of the best for keeping your feet dry and happy in the rainy season.
There are a million ways to make oat bars, meaning there's something for everyone's palette. Whether you like sweet, spicy, salty, crunchy, or chewy—if you can dream it up, you can make it!
Think taking that wet sponge you’ve had sitting in your sink all week to wipe down your fridge is all you need to get it nice and tidy? Think again!
A lot of promises were made to make running a more inclusive, diverse, and welcoming sport. How much progress have we seen?
Constantly battling injuries? These five training errors could be part of the problem.
Women like Sara Vaughn, Sara Hall, and Keira D'Amato are proving that longevity in elite running is possible.
"I sometimes look back on my younger self and wish I could give her a hug."
Real stories about how running and motherhood change each other.
Consider this your go-to guide for a great first ultra experience.
Meet Tina King Clay, an insurance agent who started a running group to help improve Black women’s health.
Dimity McDowell had built her life around running. But to stay pain-free, she had to accept that it was time to put the running shoes away—for good.
At the Boston University Valentine Invitational, Roisin Willis and Sophia Gorriaran both broke the high school national record in the 800 meters.
These pros and coaches have learned to use menstrual cycles to their advantage—here’s what they recommend.
Staying physically active not only improves your immune system, but may also affect how your body responds to vaccination, including the COVID-19 vaccines.
Elise Cranny, Karissa Schweizer, and Gabby Thomas weigh in on what events they’ve been watching.
You can do better than soggy instant oatmeal. Here’s how to upgrade your favorite breakfast food to power your day.
Like all partnerships, the one we have with running has its ups and downs. How do we foster a love that endures?
360 YOU mentor Mary Cain's biggest piece of nutritional advice? Go see a dietitian. So, we talked to Cain's nutritionist to get the lowdown.
The advice of a record-setting 73-year-old holds true for all ages and abilities, but especially for those of us who think we have a running expiration date.
Different workout styles can get you equally fit, but they affect your body differently—which suggests that you should mix it up
We checked in on the ultrarunner midway through her attempt at a women's world record.
Having a purpose—a personal mission—helps make the hard miles worth it.
We spoke with the Dirtbag Runners founder about how she hopes taking a sabbatical will bring her back to running and how other people can make a break work for them.
A runner's weekly mileage is a good indicator of running success. Here are some tips on how to schedule your runs throughout the week.
For National Girls and Women in Sports Day, we asked 360 YOU mentor Mary Cain to share her thoughts on what it would take to fix girls' sports. She shares the process she took when she started Atalanta NYC.
Take a cue from these young athletes: Circle up and have the hard conversations about what female runners face.
Two organizations are working to fix problems in women's running before they start: By doing the work to support girl runners.
Welcome to midlife mayhem, a special time in life nobody wants to talk about.
Two of the Fastest High School Girls Ever—Roisin Willis and Sophia Gorriaran—Earned 4th and 5th Place in Pro 800 meters at Millrose
They ran season bests, but the high school American record still stands. Both girls are driven by competition and camaraderie to break that record before track season is over.
The 35-year-old made the switch after giving birth to her fourth child. Here’s what we can learn from her experience.
Alicia Monson became a two-time champion in the Millrose Games 3K with another exciting victory over Weini Kelati.
Languishing is so 2021.