Mixed research and mixed messages can leave athletes confused about how much to move when trying to conceive or during a pregnancy journey.
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At a recent track meet in Portland, Oregon, the former Oregon Project athlete won the open division 5,000 meters while 17 weeks pregnant.
Behind the sheath of pregnancy’s glow, many women feel can feel confused, emotional, even embarrassed—yet in many ways, we still approach the topic with dated stereotypes and unrealistic images of a changing body. Cassie Shortsleeve reports on the dramatic mind and body shifts that come with having a baby and how to emerge with a newborn, your sanity, and your fitness.
Through a partnership with nonprofit &Mother, Cadenshae will help three track athletes chase their Olympic dreams.
With her second pregnancy, Burrell decided to get creative with her weekly baby bump photos.
The Olympian and mother of three wants a “new normal” for working moms. Her non-profit aims to make it a reality.
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The Olympic gymnast opens up about why a miscarriage last year influenced her decision about whether to run her first 26.2 miles on April 15.
Some events don’t allow entry deferrals for any reason, including when you’re expecting a child.
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.
Pregnancy is full of uncomfortable moments, but running while pregnant doesn't have to be one of them thanks to these tips.
New research shows that your fitness tracker may have some new data to give you.
There are three general rules that apply to running while pregnant (and postpartum) to make you stronger.
Raising a baby introduces a myriad of new movements to the daily lifestyles of parents that can cause stress on the body.
Sarah Brown gave birth to a baby girl in April—and she's about to be 1,500-meter-ready for the Olympic Trials in July.
One runner reveals why the days before labor are like walking a tight rope between two worlds.
When it comes to running after baby, it may take some time to adapt to a new body.
Here’s how you can keep running through a few common pregnancy woes before and after your baby is born.
Web Editor Kristan Dietz shares some things she learned while trying to run through her first trimester.