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Benefits of Heart Rate Training

via Ever wonder what a heart rate monitor is or why people exercise with heart rate? Check out this video which answers those questions and shows how training with heart rate provides motivation to workout smarter, track your progress, get feedback and reach your personal fitness goals. Plus, this video demonstrates exactly what a […]

Dorcas Runs America

Hello Fellow Runners! I am new to the Blog scene so please be patient with me! Some of you may know or recognize me from a Health & Fitness Expo you may have attended recently. I am the National Events Manager for Women’s Running magazine and find myself running from one race to another (literally)! […]

Run club sign up

Join the Brooks Women’s Running Run Club Yes! I want to join the Brooks Women’s Running magazine Run Club In addition to a one-year subscription to Women’s Running magazine, I’ll receive: A Brooks technical short sleeve shirt A Headsweats “Run Girl” visor A pair of Drymax High-Performance Running Socks Yankz! Shoelaces Monthly Run Club e-newsletter […]

The Ins and Outs of Online Training

D3 Multisport Head Coach Mike Ricci tells us what to look for in an online training program—and how to maximize results. I’ve never followed an online training plan, how do they work? I’m also on a budget. How much do they cost? Online training plans offer a variety of options to fit the needs of […]

Run for It: The Impact of Running

Learn how your regular runs can add up to better health—and when a run might actually compromise your health. Ask any runner, and you’ll hear the same refrain: “When I feel a little cold coming on, I lace up and sweat it out.” They’re quite confident that running can ward off just about any illness. […]

Eat Like a Pro

Amy Yoder-Begley won her first state track title in the 3200 meters as a sophomore at East Noble High School in Kendallville, Ind., in 1994. Two years later, she could barely run at all… “I had no energy,” recalls the now- 30-year-old who represented the United States in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Marathon. “I had […]

Happy New Year and Farewell!

Last February I came on board as a regular blogger for Women’s Running Magazine. Now, as I have recently moved to Colorado, begun a new job and have a variety of fresh responsibilities vying for my time, I’ve made the decision to end my stint with the blog. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my months as a […]