A series of setbacks and injuries led this Boston hopeful to learn how to take it slow—in training and life.
What started as a means to relieve stress became a source of joy for both Elvina Scott and her daughter.
For Allison Henson, running has proved to the be the key to managing her anxiety disorder and the stress of the pandemic.
This four-time Boston qualifier has been able to take the confidence earned from running and apply it to all aspects of her life.
“If you have a body, you’re an athlete” - Bill Bowerman, Nike co-founder
The pressure to succeed got the best of me—until I learned to race without fear.
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Editor-in-Chief Jessie Sebor explains why focusing on strength makes you a better runner and person.