Even taking a short break from sitting can improve your health and your running.
Learn when it’s better to rehome your running shoes and when it’s best to let them take on a new life.
A 2020 study from the journal Current Developments in Nutrition found that healthier diets also often equal more food waste.
A new study out of Kaiser Permanente Southern California looks at the correlation between activity level and COVID hospitalizations and mortality.
You adjusted to running in the “new normal”—now we have to remember how to train as life returns to what it was.
The 17-year cicadas are back—and making a lot of noise.
Allen’s story is about what happened after tragedy—and the life she continues to live.
Using momentum from her hit podcast, Muir teams up with Robinson on a new kind of podcast to tackle the most challenging topics in the running community.
Plus, eight easy ways to get more vegetables into your day.
Marathoner Denise Williams has had running come and go in her life, but now sees outdoor recreation as essential to her continued self-care.
Researchers at California State University, Channel Islands, and the Runner’s Equity Alliance launch a study to understand how trail and ultrarunners are affected by sexual assault and harassment.
Race directors plan to host the 45th Grandma’s Marathon in June using crowd science software to implement social distancing.
The menstruation mavens at Thinx recently launched an entire activewear line, including leggings and training shorts.
Study Finds Less than 1 Percent of Professional Athletes Developed Inflammatory Heart Disease After COVID-19
Professional sports leagues extensively tested COVID-positive athletes to learn more about myocarditis risks.
And we got the inside scoop from local runners.
How dynamic and static stretching can work in your routine to keep you running.