Since becoming a mom in September 2021, De La Cruz has formed a new bond with running, one that’s more joyful and less rigid.
Real stories about how running and motherhood change each other.
Every body—and every pregnancy—is different. Here's what new moms have to say about that first run after having a baby.
Reconnect to your core, ease back in, and give yourself grace as your body heals.
After winning the Olympic Marathon Trials a year ago, she never imagined what the next 365 days would bring.
Through a partnership with nonprofit &Mother, Cadenshae will help three track athletes chase their Olympic dreams.
A wonky sacroiliac joint can crop up postpartum. Try this sequence to stabilize, stretch, and strengthen the tissues supporting this vital joint.
Plus, she's connecting with fans along the way.
Becoming a mother has changed my life in profound ways—but it’s also changed my relationship with a sport I love in ways I never saw coming.
Try these tips and moves for pelvic floor strength.
The Olympian and mother of three wants a “new normal” for working moms. Her non-profit aims to make it a reality.
Building a strong core foundation before going on your first postpartum run is the key to preventing injuries.
Soon to be a mom of four, the elite athlete and real estate agent shares eight pearls of wisdom from her experiences training (or not!) through it all.
The new 268-mile Montane Spine Race course record holder shares how raising her 14-month-old daughter helped her prepare for the race.
Jasmin Paris became the first woman to win the 268-mile Montane Spine Race—and she set a new course record by more than 12 hours in the process.
Whether you’re a new or experienced mom, you can get back to running pain- and leak-free with one of our expert-approved programs.
One mother runner learned a lot while training for and running a marathon at just 5 months postpartum.
Here's one of the most common issues after birth.
Raising a baby introduces a myriad of new movements to the daily lifestyles of parents that can cause stress on the body.
Once you recognize you're not invincible, there's room to do the things to help you heal from a postpartum running injury.
There’s no question that training for a marathon after having a baby is rough.