Sometimes you have to ignore the marathon advice you've heard and just trust your training. Here are a few of those times.
Find out why Dorothy Beal started the #IHaveARunnersBody movement and what she has learned from runners all over the world.
When she started running in 2003, with her mom by her side, Mile Posts knew their bond would only grow with each step. Here's how it has.
It is common to think of being a beginner as a bad thing. Mile Posts, however, shares why you should be embracing the title.
Running will always be her first love, but Dorothy discovered it's time to start a new journey while she was overcoming injury.
It doesn't matter that Mile Posts has been running for years—the first mile of every run is always the same. Here's how it goes.
Five years ago, Mile Posts shared the reasons why she runs with us, thinking they would never change. They have.
No run is worth your life.
The thought of joining a new group for a run may cause some anxiety.
It turns out, running around a track is actually a great metaphor for chasing down your dreams.