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From An Autoimmune Disorder Diagnosis To A Chicago Marathon Finish

Never Give Up More than 44,500 runners successfully crossed the Chicago Marathon finish line on Oct. 8, 2018. For Lynn Rogers, completing the race served as a triumphant end to a year marked by a journey she never expected to take. This was Rogers’ 11th time running the marathon—but these 26.2 miles were different. The […]

Have No Doubt: Your Running Breakthrough Will Come

My name is Ellie Abrahamson and I am a professional long-distance runner for Atlanta Track Club Elite. Up until my senior year of college, I never thought about running professionally. I loved how running provided me with a “relaxed mind” and “feel good emotions,” but we didn’t always get along, especially in high school. I […]

Get Ready For The Weekend With Our Oscars-Inspired Playlist

The Perfect Oscars Playlist With the Oscars coming up this weekend, movie buzz is reaching deafening levels. In an effort to turn this hype into something useful, we’ve collected a few of our favorite recent soundtrack tunes that serve as perfect matches for intense cardio workout—or as a fun playlist for your Oscars watch party. […]

5 Activated Charcoal Products To Boost Your Skin Health

Cool Coal “Activated charcoal” is not the bricks from your grill—it’s a black powder designed to remove toxins from your body. Smith & Cult Blackdrop Charcoal Brightening Primer, $32 Bamboo charcoal brightens your skin while absorbing oil, and black pearl extract smooths skin. It reduces the appearance of pores, so wear it under foundation or […]

3 Runners We Recommend Following On YouTube

If you want to be your best—at anything in life—start by observing others. You’ll quickly see how much you can learn from the good and bad examples that are all around you—and running is no exception. By studying the training, racing and lifestyle choices of other runners, you can improve your own experience and results. […]

Feeling Nauseous Post-Workout? Here’s Why It Happens.

Tackling Mid- And Post-Run Stomach Discomfort Stomach troubles and indigestion are common complaints among runners. In fact, the frequency of gastrointestinal symptoms and complaints are nearly twice as high for running than for other endurance sports, including swimming and cycling. While most of us are aware of the impact running has on our joints, our […]

Work Your Glutes With This Quick Single-Leg Exercise

Single-Leg Sit To Stand This month, your challenge is to practice this move three days a week, in at least three different locations. This is a great move to sneak into your everyday routine, since the only equipment you need is a surface to sit on. Experiment with surface height and firmness to challenge your […]

Running Is A Full Family Affair For Sara Hall

Running In The Family With the 123rd Boston Marathon on the horizon, Sara Hall is laser-focused. The Asics-sponsored elite’s training runs and daily workouts are meticulously planned and deliberately executed. With a personal best marathon time of 2:26:20, she has great ambitions for Marathon Monday. Behind the scenes, her coach and husband, Ryan Hall, provides […]

800-Meter Champ Laura Roesler Is Back—And She’s Stronger Than Ever

Back On Track Former Oregon Duck and two-time NCAA 800-meter champion Laura Roesler is back this winter and racing faster than ever. After graduating from University of Oregon in 2014, Roesler faced a series of injuries that kept her out of competition for many indoor and outdoor seasons and has only recently had the opportunity […]

Recipe Excerpt: Seeded Mustard & Sweet Potato Nourish Bowl

Recipe excerpted with permission from Whole by Harriet Birrell, published by Hardie Grant February 2019. I think I could eat this meal every day. It feels like it satisfies on all levels: taste, spice, nutrients and ease. If you roast your sweet potatoes the night before it also makes a great lunch to take on […]