Thanks to some shifts in the food industry, healthy eating is having its moment. We break down two big trends that make munching manageable.
Let super easy—and healthy—chicken pot pie recipe simmer all day and you'll have comfort food waiting for you after your run.
From changes to your feet and your pelvic floor, here is some straight talk about what you might expect after the baby arrives.
One runner wanted to start each run calmly with intent, and then the effects actually trickled into her everyday life, too.
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.
After missing a long run due to one too many drinks the night before, The Runner Beans decided to go dry until the Boston Marathon.
Don't let their size fool you, by adding nuts and seeds to your meals you'll give your body a lot of added nutrients and vitamins.
There may have been times you didn't think you'd make it through the long runs—but here is a reminder why we always come back for more.
If you want to avoid injury this year, there are some preventative exercises you can add into your routine that diminish the chance.
Thanks to Dry January, one runner has gotten clear with what she wants and why she would reach for that end-of-day glass of wine.
This doesn't mean a pasta feast is in order. The timing and amount of carbs you eat are key in making this work for runners.