It’s possible to run sockless without developing blisters or experiencing chafing—but you’ll need a few tricks up your sleeve before you try.
Self-coaching comes down to one simple—and simultaneously difficult—thing: holding yourself accountable.
Women’s Running visited Deena Kastor, Alexi Pappas and Sarah Attar at their training center in Mammoth, Calif., to discuss how training impacts every aspect of their lives.
Director of Cross Country and Track and Field at Northern Arizona University Mike Smith provides his tips to help beginners tackle the trails.
A beginner’s guide to fun—and safety—on the trails.
Coach Kigar advises on the best time frame during which to stretch and foam roll post-workout.
You, too, can stay motivated to run over days, weeks and decades. Just ask these women.
A simple question answered: Are recovery sandals worth the investment?
We’ve all heard stretching is important, but everyone has a different opinion on the proper way to stretch. Let us set the record straight.
A short workout is almost always better than no workout at all.