Mixed research and mixed messages can leave athletes confused about how much to move when trying to conceive or during a pregnancy journey.
Real stories about how running and motherhood change each other.
The superstar runner is working hard to ensure pregnant women everywhere are supported.
Whether you’re ready to hit the road with your baby or looking for a stroller that does double duty (read: infant through toddlerhood), consider these sets of wheels.
Every body—and every pregnancy—is different. Here's what new moms have to say about that first run after having a baby.
Behind the sheath of pregnancy’s glow, many women feel can feel confused, emotional, even embarrassed—yet in many ways, we still approach the topic with dated stereotypes and unrealistic images of a changing body. Cassie Shortsleeve reports on the dramatic mind and body shifts that come with having a baby and how to emerge with a newborn, your sanity, and your fitness.
Becoming a mother has changed my life in profound ways—but it’s also changed my relationship with a sport I love in ways I never saw coming.
You need more than just physical strength to make it through 3.1 or 26.2 on your own.
On these trips around the country (and world), saying “om” isn’t about hunkering down on a meditation pillow—it’s about logging mileage.