Everyone has their own "why" that inspires them to dive into the worlds of running and fitness.
On days when you feel low on motivation, allow strong self-discipline to kick in and save your workout plans.
Sometimes your mind needs a break from training and goal-setting—even if your body is technically keeping up just fine.
Not every runner has to be fast—and besides, "fast" means entirely different things to different people.
A DNF can be difficult to overcome, especially after runners have spent weeks or months preparing for race day.
Meredith Atwood shares the moment when she finally started craving fitness—not just for her family, but for herself.
Transform your "full plate" into a manageable to-do list with these tips.
Tackling a big challenge—no matter what exactly that challenge is—will provide a sense of fulfillment that you'll never forget.
How to learn to PR that 5K no matter how “slow” you are. And no, it’s not as much about running as you might think.
Four ways to know if sleeping in on race day might be the best race plan of all.