Finding your soul sisters on the run is life changing. It's a lesson one runner wishes she would have learned sooner but is glad she did.
Here's how to combine your love of running with your love for your kids—all while making it a fun experience for them.
Fat Girl Running shares her goals for the year that are taking her out of her comfort zone, while helping her grow mentally and spiritually.
Cynthia Martinez shows us her best tips for getting prepped for a crazy winter run.
Meet the newest member of #TeamWR—Nat of Nat Runs Far—and get tips for staying healthy while training for your next 26.2 (she's done 7!).
A Boston Qualifier isn't the only way to get to the iconic start line.
There are just a few more weeks until spring arrives. Get ready for the change in season by adding these things to your training.
If you want to have success, you need to be honest about where your fitness level is and how dedicated you actually are to 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.
You'll laugh at—and totally recognize—these confessions of run rage, full of yelling, tears and even a pair of shorts full of poop.
These quick, easy and effective warm-up stretches are perfecting for priming your lower body for your run.
If shedding a few pounds is your goal, this 13.1-mile training plan will help you achieve your objective.
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.
So your friend wants to run with you, but she is a few minutes slower per mile. Here's what to do.
Jill Angie quit her job in corporate America and dedicated her life to helping women of any size reach their running goals.
Use this and toe the start line of your half marathon knowing exactly how you'll execute your pace over the next 13.1 miles.
Tracksmith knows how to stay motivated through those New England winters.
As you set your goals for the next year, here is how you should plan your training if you want to toe the start line of a fall marathon.
After she failed to get her Boston Qualifier time, Run Selfie Repeat reflects on what she learned and why she's grateful for the experience.
So you just finished a marathon. How long until you can run again? We separate the fact and fiction surrounding the answer.
Running has gone from simply lacing up your shoes and heading outside to a complicated process. Here's how to become a minimalist.
Take a few thousand steps through the five boroughs with our insider’s course tour of New York City's marquee running event.
After running the New York City Marathon last year, one runner shares pieces of advice she wishes people had told her before the start line.
After all of the time you spent training, it is important to make sure race day goes smoothly.
Don't leave out this key part of training.
Things definitely don't always happen as expected.
It is perfectly normal to need an added dose of motivation during a half marathon.
This challenging speed workout helps build fitness and boost confidence leading up to your goal race.
Training for 13.1 takes discipline, courage and just the right amount of crazy!
If you are sick of being asked "When will you run a full marathon", just hand out this letter.
Knock out two big goals with this training plan.