New research suggests your activity outside of running may earn you a spot on the sidelines. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
7 Tips on Finding Joy in Running, from a Happiness Researcher
Taking time to appreciate these key aspects of running can elevate your mood. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
What to Do When You’re Bummed That You Can’t Work Out for a While
Top College Running Programs Move Away From Body Composition Testing
The practice doesn’t help young athletes improve their performance—and it can be harmful. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
The Best Warm-Up Is a Dynamic Warm-Up
Instead of stretching, pick a few key moves to properly prepare your body for your workout. Read the full article for The New York Times.
How to Spare Yourself From Shoulder Pain
Shoulder pain can make your days more challenging and keep you up at night. Ward it off with a few smart exercise habits. Read the full article for The New York Times.
Considering Back-to-Back Marathons? Here’s What to Ask Yourself
Maegan Krifchin ran three marathons in one month—the last one in a personal-best 2:29:21. Take her advice on whether you can recycle fitness into another strong performance. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
Meet the Hammer Thrower Representing Indigenous Women on the World Stage
How to Beat the Post-Race Blues
Don’t be shocked if you feel a little bummed—even if you crushed your goal. Read the full article for SELF.
15 Creative Things to Do With All Your Old Race Medals, Bibs, and Shirts
Make the most of your post-run swag with everything from craft projects to meaningful donations. Read the full article for SELF.