Overly restricting calories isn’t the way to lose weight on the run.
It can give you a longer life, better sleep, improved immunity, mood, and more—and yes, it's even good for your knees and lower back.
We all start (and restart) somewhere. Brittany Runs a Marathon reminds us that running is usually about more than miles or weight loss.
It's hard to lose the weight and even harder to lose the negative thoughts.
Weight loss is about moving more and eating less, yes, but there is a critical component that is often forgotten, and that's sleep.
If you started running to lose the last 10 pounds—or just lose weight in general—try adding one of these to your list of running goals.
A new study revealed a surprising fact about how wearing a fitness tracker can impact our habits and lifestyle—not always in a healthy way.
A new study has revealed that Americans would give up a lot to be an ideal weight. This infographic breaks it down.
One runner explores why this always seems true.
It turns out that spice is nice!
Social media brings people together through the journey of life—including the one to become your healthiest self.
Many runners want to do both—but can you do both at the same time?
Knock out two big goals with this training plan.
Stoke your metabolism to shed unhealthy pounds with this 5- to 10-minute trick for runners.
At 5’4”, my highest weight was 239 pounds. I was always in pain. Now, I have found freedom through running.