In 2013, Adrianne Haslet-Davis, was at the Boston Marathon and lost part of her left leg in the tragic finish-line bombings.
In this grain-free granola, nourishing fat from a power combination of nuts and seeds is the star.
Searching for an alternative for water? On your next easy run, try these suggestions from our resident coach.
Brunch after every long run getting too costly?
Shortly after finishing a tough run, it’s vital to flood your body with recovery nutrients as soon as possible.
One hair stylist shares a quick change to your routine that will make all of the difference.
Pre-packaged food has long been a trend in sports nutrition. One author and dietician looks at why that is starting to change.
This recipe will help reduce inflammation and muscle soreness in response to strenuous exercise.
While pregnant, one runner had to totally redefine the relationship she'd had with pain as a competitive runner.
Two women took on a multi-day running adventure, where participants explore Morocco on two feet.
It is easy to get impatient when recovering from an injury and want to speed up the process.
Here's why one runner thinks when you decide to chase a goal, you should share it with everyone.
Sometimes, with all of the goals and the training and focus required, the fun gets sucked out of running.
There are actual benefits to getting shoes that aren't just a smaller version of a men's shoe.
A new competition series from NBC is helping 10 women become strong and fierce.
Fitness trackers have become a popular choice for keeping an eye on your overall health and wellness.
You may use already use a GPS watch to track your running data, but is there a better way?
One mother runner learned a lot while training for and running a marathon at just 5 months postpartum.
There is a broad movement in sports nutrition toward once again embracing real food.
You should also fuel your body—150 to 300 of slow-releasing calories 30 to 60 minutes in advance.
One runner formed a "girl squad" while running Ragnar and it changed the way she saw the sport (and herself).
Running can be intimidating when you are first starting out.
Social media brings people together through the journey of life—including the one to become your healthiest self.
What do you do when you are a month away from your goal race and an injury pops up?
A Boston radio DJ and her husband decided to apply to run Boston for the Children's Hospital that helped save their son.
The day-to-day of training for a race can wear you down, but it is important to stay focused on your goal.
When she went into labor, she thought she had time to take a hike. Here's her story.
Ötillö is a SwimRun race in Sweden that takes you from island to island.
Brittney Reese is a name you are sure to hear as the Olympic Trials and event in Rio approach.
Get off the beaten track on Stockholm’s archipelago, but remember to pack a wetsuit.
Thanks to a new feature in Google Calendar, you can now easily set and schedule your goals so they stay top of mind.
Our etiquette expert, Lizzie Post, breaks down how to handle awkward running situations.
The final miles of a marathon are tough—especially when fighting for a Boston Marathon Qualifying Time.
Skulpt, the company that released a handheld device to measure muscle quality and body fat, just made a major upgrade.
Because life will always try to get in the way of your training.
A scientist from NASA wants to help you shed pounds by this unusual method.
How two women formed a lifelong bond—sealed in ink!—over shared miles and races.
If you are always tired it may be an indication that something else may be going on.
When it comes to hydration, there is much more to know than just "drink water."
Coach Hillary Kigar helps you set realistic goals when coming back from a break.
Joan Benoit Samuelson and Abbott's medical director share their tried-and-true mental tips for runners.
One expert shares tips—specifically for runners—to get a better night's sleep.
This one plyo box gives your body a killer workout in many different ways.