There's a trick to the madness.
It isn't time to taper yet, but there are a few things you can do as the summer months wind down to prepare for your fall goal race.
Get your mind right with these 10 surefire strategies for boosting confidence.
Run Selfie Repeat checks in with four of the women who signed up to train for the #BadassLadyGang5K.
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Coach Hillary Kigar recommends three warm-up exercises that every runner should complete before diving into their workouts.
Kelly Roberts offers her final pep talk ahead of the #badassladygang5K!
Have you ever tried running a mock marathon? Adding a race-day dress rehearsal can be a useful training technique.
Six women share their experiences completing Week 2 of the #BadassLadyGang5K training plans.
Week 1—here we go!
Run Selfie Repeat's Kelly Roberts offers training plans so you can run your strongest 5K.
Small adjustments to your training, attitude, diet and workout recovery can help you reach those PRs you've been striving toward.
You don't always have to go for a PR.
Researchers from Seattle Pacific University say stroller runners should push with both hands to be energy efficient.
Here are some fresh tips to keep your body and mind cool when race-day temperatures soar.
We got tips from mother runners, sub-elites and pros to find out how they balance family-life, work and training every day.
These classes are kid-friendly, making it the perfect way for new moms to incorporate their children into their healthy lifestyle.
Want to run a faster marathon? Our resident coach shares what you should do during your next training cycle to get there.
So you want to run a half marathon...but don't want anyone to know. How should you handle your training and racing experience?
During her second BQ attempt in London, Run Selfie Repeat learned an important lesson she will never forget—and met Prince Harry.
As a volunteer running coach for girls in grades 3-5, Race Pace Jess learned some lessons that work for both running and life.
Here are the things Run Eat Repeat is celebrating about her Boston Marathon race that have nothing to do with her finishing time.
Sure, Run Selfie Repeat is scared going in to her second Boston Marathon qualifying attempt. But she isn't going to let it stop her.
A talk with a sports psychologist helped changed one runner's outlook on her performance—and her race results—for the better.
Here's why you may want to take a break from racing and instead just enjoy the love you have for the sport by running for fun.
One runner shares tips for staying positive during long days of training in order to head into a race both physically and mentally strong.
Run, Selfie, Repeat recently visited the tropical paradise and is sharing why every runner should take a trip to The Magic City.
You can learn a lot from a running coach, but after finding one of her own, these three pieces of advice stuck out to one runner.
Taking care of your body in the weeks before a goal race are crucial, not only for race day, but for getting back to running quickly afterwa
With just a few weeks left until the Boston Marathon, Alison Désir shares how she is preparing despite an overuse injury.
Run, Selfie Repeat looks at where she started as a runner and the mistakes along the way that shaped where she is as a runner today.
Here is how you can celebrate your love of running and your significant other by combining the two and planning the perfect running date.
Don't give yourself an easy 'out' for reaching your goals—instead, see why many coaches recommend working toward one thing.
Instead of goals that don’t challenge you or just seem impossible, you should be focusing on small wins and stretch goals.
So you signed up and have started training for your first obstacle race? Here is everything you need to know as race day approaches.
When one runner started her journey in the sport she devoured every 'how-to' around, to come to the conclusion that there was no 'one way.'
If you've always dreamt of a negative split—finishing the second half of your race faster than the first—these tips can get you there.