Mixed research and mixed messages can leave athletes confused about how much to move when trying to conceive or during a pregnancy journey.
Pregnancy might not be the most comfortable part of your journey, but the right gear can help make your running just a little smoother.
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.
When 2020 went sideways, the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials winner decided to pursue another dream.
Race Pace Jess explains why she decided against running during pregnancy.
There are three general rules that apply to running while pregnant (and postpartum) to make you stronger.
One mother runner learned a lot while training for and running a marathon at just 5 months postpartum.
Here’s how you can keep running through a few common pregnancy woes before and after your baby is born.
One runner hopes to run Boston 23 more times—and inspire mother runners everywhere.