The Runner Beans explains the changes she made to her training routine to motivate herself and increase her body confidence.
Pacing a loved one can be a fun challenge. Just remember these 7 things.
After a grueling race in Boston, The Runner Beans geared up to pace her fiance in the London Marathon less than a week later.
A studio in the UK has created a Runner Face "workout" to help rejuvenate skin and protect if from the damage it faces while we run.
After discovering #WhatIfIRunWithYou, The Runner Beans was inspired to share her struggles with anxiety and how running helps.
Sometimes a solo long run can seem endless...except for when you have other runners in your ear providing you with inspiration.
There is so much more to gain from barre classes than just shaking muscles! Here's a look at why every runner should step up to the barre.
The Runner Beans rounds up the reasons why the first mile can seem like it lasts an eternity as you convince yourself not to turn around.
After missing a long run due to one too many drinks the night before, The Runner Beans decided to go dry until the Boston Marathon.
A Boston Qualifier isn't the only way to get to the iconic start line.
If you didn't reach all of your goals or resolutions for the year, here is why it is totally okay—and what you can do for next year.
Here are a few reasons that a bedtime routine will not only keep you rested for the day, but make your workouts that much better!
Recovering after a race can be tough enough at home, let alone while you're traveling. Here are some tried-and-true tips from one runner.
If you just can't get enough of racing, here are some tips to follow to include a few races seamlessly into your training schedule.
Destination races are the perfect way to explore a new place—and The Runner Beans has your guide to must-do races in Europe.
One running is representing the New Balance #Iamthecompetition campaign at the New York City Marathon with this amazing race kit.
When it comes to taking a break from the everyday grind, it doesn't mean you want a training break.
One marathoner stepped up to the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Things definitely don't always happen as expected.
As one runner has begun planning her wedding, she has noticed more than a few similarities between planning and training for a marathon.
Racing the day after a wedding or other big event and determined to hit the start line?
Sure, running a marathon in your hometown is great, so why should you pack up and travel to a new country?
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One runner shares the top reasons to use your two feet to explore a new city.
Get to know the newest member of Team WR, who you'll find online at The Runner Beans.