Run 4 All Women founder Alison Désir speaks with eight of the movement's ambassadors that continue pushing for social change.
Harlem Run co-creator Kayla Lauricella explains how she started running to lose weight and eventually learned to enjoy the sport.
Alison Désir is taking on the 30-day yoga challenge and training herself to create new, healthy behaviors in the process.
Alison Désir speaks with Jihye Kim, a member of the Seoul, South Korea-based running group 88 Seoul.
Run 4 All Women is expanding to include five state chapters and an event series that will take place August 11-13, 2017.
Two women share how running made them happier and helped them through dark times.
These amazing stories of strength show that running can help anyone pull through the toughest of times.
One week after the Boston Marathon, Alison—a.k.a. Powdered Feet—is still reflecting on her race experience and memories made.
An important reminder that making an action plan—and being gentle with yourself—is one way to get through difficult times.
With just a few weeks left until the Boston Marathon, Alison Désir shares how she is preparing despite an overuse injury.
Next time you are traveling, here are a few simple reasons to pack a pair of running shoes as your mode of transportation.
It's easy to dismiss sports and running as a political act, but Alison Désir explains how the two constantly intersect in past and present.
On Saturday, January 21 at 6:21 a.m., the runners reached the Capitol in Washington, D.C. from Harlem, N.Y.
The New Year inspired Alison Désir to use the sport as a vehicle for social change by raising funds for Planned Parenthood.
After battling depression and the passing of her father, Alison Désir is reflecting on the best of her year as she sets goals for the next.
Powdered Feet shares five concepts she found in a business book that relate to setting and working toward your fitness goals.
"Winter is coming!" Here are a few key things that one runner uses to keep winter training fun and stay accountable through the season.
Help us welcome Alison Désir, founder of Harlem Run, as she joins #TeamWR. Here, she shares her goals for the upcoming NYC Marathon.