Train for two races at once with this two-week guide that will give you double the fun while getting the necessary recovery.
When we start thinking of foods as "good" or "bad" or justify gorging because we ran all the miles, we are putting our health at risk.
A talk with a sports psychologist helped changed one runner's outlook on her performance—and her race results—for the better.
The mental strength that you can get through running is what helped her believe she could beat her food demons and anorexia.
A deeply personal look at one runner's struggle with anorexia and bulimia and how the struggle was never really about food at all.
Back for its third year, Rise.Run.Retreat. takes runners to a scenic location to learn about—and grow their love—for running.
The food you eat can make or break your body's ability to get across the finish line. Add these things into your diet habits.
There are just a few more weeks until spring arrives. Get ready for the change in season by adding these things to your training.
Here's the final piece of the puzzle in making sure you are ready to tackle your half marathon. Use this guide to finish strong.
Known as a DNF, it can be one of the most disappointing times in a runner's career. Here's how to overcome it if it happens to you.
Run Far Girl knows what it is like to have distorted body image firsthand, and is sharing some signs that you may have it, too.
As you make your list of all the goals and resolutions you want to do in the New Year, consider these things you shouldn't do, as well.
Based in Boulder, Real Athlete Diets (RAD) has taken charge of the task to fuel the bodies of both elite and amateur athletes.
The holidays are a great time to give back and pay it forward. Run Far Girl suggests 4 organizations that you can help make a difference.
It is easy to go and go without taking a much-needed break. Here's why you shouldn't fear losing fitness and get some rest.