Even if it's a rest day or you just don't have time to get in a workout, here's why you should still set aside a half hour and get walking.
Can't see the forest for the trees? These lifestyle tips will help reframe your perspective on prioritizing your own health.
Learn about two of the many of the commonly held notions about the causes of running injury.
The internet can do a lot of good, but there are a few times when runners need to just step away from the computer.
If you find yourself on a run a few miles from home when an unexpected thunderstorm begins, here's how to keep yourself safe.
No more chafe cream made and marketed for athletes only; these products are for all women who want solutions to chub rub and boob sweat.
It isn't time to taper yet, but there are a few things you can do as the summer months wind down to prepare for your fall goal race.
Brooks' new sports bras are sized at up to a 40 band and a G cup.
Workout apparel is very slowly becoming more inclusive—but when it comes to the running industry, we still have a long way to go.
Women Against Negative Talk founder Katie Horwitch offers three tips to help runners confront their negative thoughts.
Halo Sport is a headset that is training your brain—not for mental training—but to help your neurons and muscles form stronger connections.
The fitting room has become a brightly-lit dungeon for many people; here is how I overcame the stress and embrace the space.
If you are feeling a little lost in the kitchen, these cookbooks by the top dietitians and athletes will help you get all the fuel you need.
It's totally safe, even in the summer heat when you sweat more.
You don't always have to go for a PR.
You deserve it!
It may seem a bit 'woo woo' but if you have protein powder, you're already familiar with it.
Why do tomorrow what you can do today?
Get a quick workout in thanks to these trainers.
Danielle LaPorte explains how self-love is made out to be a lot more simple than it seems—and how to use meditation to get there.
Training for my first half marathon helped me appreciate what my body was capable of and I learned the right way to care for it.
Pic or it didn't happen, right? Here's a look at the two main reasons why runners can't get enough of sharing everything on social media.
The Blissful Sisters share a recipe packed with nutrients—and you'll want to put the Orange Tahini Dressing on EVERYTHING.
Thanks to Ellie you can get five new pieces of apparel and gear every month for one low price to keep things fresh and fun!
Want to run a faster marathon? Our resident coach shares what you should do during your next training cycle to get there.
Working out during your period can sometimes be the worst. Though it is a totally normal part of life, you still may think these things.
After growing up with an all-or-nothing mentality, I learned that life doesn't always work that way. Here's how I learned the lesson.
Weight loss is about moving more and eating less, yes, but there is a critical component that is often forgotten, and that's sleep.
A gynecologist and runner explains why its important for your health that you change out of sweaty clothes as soon as possible.
After taking a long break from running, one runner came back older, wiser and stronger than ever on an incredible running journey.
We asked a board certified gynecologist—and runner—about how to take care of your most-delicate areas and prevent chafing.
One runner had a memorable first race and learned a lot of important lessons that day. Here's how she saw the light through the tears.
One runner finished a recent 10K in last place. Here is why she is proud of the accomplishment—and why you shouldn't feel bad for her.
Gwen Jorgensen is expecting her first child in August and shares what she has learned about running through different trimesters.
That one number isn't an accurate representative of how many calories you can now take in—and here's what you actually need to consider.
Knowing how much to eat doesn’t always come naturally for runners. Here is what you need to know to make sure you’re fueling right.
Fifty years after becoming the first female entrant in the Boston Marathon, Kathrine Switzer took on the course in her iconic big number.
One coach shares why walk breaks shouldn't be used indefinitely and how new runners can slowly—and safely—transition away from them.
Here's what Tatyana McFadden had to say at the post-race press conference—and a look at what is to come for her the rest of the year.
If something is no longer serving you, learn when it may be time to move on and how you can find the strength to start as a beginner again.
In running, as in life, you have to take the good with the bad. Our resident coach explains how to stay mentally strong through it all.
The pro shares more on the tough decision to miss this year's race and how she is spending her time with her husband and foster daughters.
After running the Los Angeles Marathon in 2013, one runner struggled with telling the story of her race. Here's how she's changing that.
If you've ever wondered just what is in those little chews you use on the run, read on, because we're breaking it down for you.
Thanks to Strava you have a unique chance to see how runners prep for—and execute the day of—all 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon.
Freeletics asked its 15 million users what they wished they knew before they took on the marathon—and now you can learn from their mistakes.
One runner headed to Utah for a four-day running retreat and it brought her back to why she loves running—and how to keep it that way.
It's not just your pelvic floor that is working against you if you have this problem; there are three other areas to pay attention to.
After never regularly tracking her heart rate, one runner loves the feature on the Fitbit Alta HR and how it helps her throughout the day.
One runner shares tips for staying positive during long days of training in order to head into a race both physically and mentally strong.
If you're in the mood for a new type of snack, head to the local farmer's market and pick up fresh ingredients for this easy-to-make recipe.
What once seemed impossible for one runner is now a reality: the ultra. Here is what she has learned to help you get started.
We already knew that running makes you a more well-rounded person, but now we also have proof that it makes you smarter, too.
For those days that you have to keep pushing back a 'real' workout, it would be nice if these things would count, instead.
This year's race was full of surprises and photographer Peggy Petite was there capturing it all. Check out her photos from race day.
New studies are showing that both foods and supplements containing pre- and probiotics can help you boost your health and lose weight.
April marks Distracted Driving Awareness Month and Goucher is hoping to keep both drivers and runners safe with an important reminder.
If you're looking for a discreet and immediate way to start improving your posture, the Lumo Lift is the gadget you should try.