Every new runner should start by asking themselves this simple question: Why do you want to become a runner?
After becoming a doctor, wife and mother, one woman felt like she lost her personal identity. Running helped her find it again.
Meet the founder and some runners who are a part of the Flags 4 Fallen Foundation—and find out how you can join in on your next race.
We talked to Karena and Katrina, founders of Tone It Up, to find out more about their new protein powder and get a healthy recipe.
Jenna Powers realized just how transformative running was in her life. Learn how she is celebrating her fortieth year through the sport.
Hear what the runners and crew have to say about their historic 340-mile run to become the first women to finish The Speed Project.
These are amazing and totally spot on.
Meet the six women who will tackle the two day, 340-mile relay race from Santa Monica to Las Vegas and why Oiselle chose them.
You'll recognize the names and faces of the member of Team WR that were chosen to join 7 other runners for Hyland's at the Boston Marathon.
As we prepare for President Obama to leave office, one runner shares her favorite quotes that double as running motivation.
A chance encounter on the Queensboro Bridge at Mile 15 of the New York City Marathon changed one runner's motivation mid-race.
After struggling with her own disordered eating, here's how one physician turned to running to work through emotions in a healthy way.
When she received our October issue , Paria Hassouri had an overwhelming feeling seeing a fellow muslim on the cover.