Setting goals is great; it is letting the results define who you are that is the problem. Here's why you are more than your pace or PR.
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 perfectly describes what it's like to set our alarms, have trouble sleeping, hit snooze and then ride the struggle bus, only to do it a
Dorothy shares some of the most absurd questions that runners get and how she wishes she could answer each and every one.
If your goal is to become a stronger runner, answer these questions to make sure you are going about it in the right way.
Just like a training plan, a wellness plan helps you lay the foundation for healthy habits and helps you easily track your progress.
Mile Posts reflects on the importance of turning a negative mindset into a positive, especially when it comes to your running.
If you are looking for a new way to train your brain, writing out a mental race plan can do wonders for self-doubt out on the course.
Dorothy gets real about her struggles with not being enough for herself and never satisfied with the PRs that came with her running.
After buying her first road bike, one runner is learning that cycling is actually benefitting her running.