How Much Do You Need to Hydrate to Go the Distance? – Women’s Running Base electrolyte consumption on the distance… Fine-tune your electrolyte needs for your next race. Electrolytes, like sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium, are electrically charged particles which, when dissolved in water, produce charged ions. These ions permit the flow of electrical signals
What Runners Should Celebrate on International Women’s Day – Women’s Running Photo of Des Linden and Shalane Flanagan during… We still have a long way to go in the name of gender equality, but here are three ways the sport is making progress. In many ways, running is a place where men and woman today
Spring Training? Use These 5 Simple Workouts to Get Faster Now – Women’s Running Incorporating intervals helps prepare runners for… Get excited for the spring racing season by injecting speed training into your routine today. Spring is (finally) around the corner. For runners, this usually means one thing: the start of a new racing season.
After 2018 Controversy, New Rules for Boston Marathon Prize Money – Women’s Running The women’s elite field starts the 2018 BAA Boston… When the professional fields line up on April 15 at the 2019 Boston Marathon, more women will have a shot at competing at the highest level—and fewer men will qualify for prize money.
What Gets Mile Champ Colleen Quigley Pumped to Race A quirky Q&A with the 2016 Olympian (and national champ miler!) on injuries, racing her friends, and the magic of french braids. Colleen Quigley nailed the runner’s pain face, grimacing down the homestretch of her one-mile race on February 23, at the 2019 U.S. Indoor Championships.
Grief Inspired Her To Run. Now She’s Leadville’s Reigning Champ. Katie Arnold during the 2018 Leadville 100. Photo… When Katie Arnold runs at elevations exceeding 10,000 feet near her home in Santa Fe, N.M., the scenery reminds her to “make the most of the time we have here.” After her father’s death in 2010, Arnold
Racing After Age 80? It’s Just Another Day For Della Works. Della Works crosses the finish line in celebration… Her husband said it was crazy, which is exactly why she did it. In February of 2004, Della Works boarded a Russian research ship and set sail for Antarctica. At 69 years old, Works was the
Aspiring Elites Are Banding Together To Meet Tougher Time Standards Photo of Maggie Montoya by Crash Kamon. This Presidents Day, 12 elite women toed the line at the Pacific Pursuit 10K in San Diego, Calif. Matching athletes from respected teams like Northern Arizona Elite in Flagstaff, Ariz. with those from Hansons Brooks Distance Project in
Kelly Herron’s Enduring Fight For Female Empowerment Kelly Herron speaking at the 2018 Oiselle Runway… Four miles into her 10-mile long run, Seattle runner Kelly Herron made a seemingly harmless decision. It was a Sunday afternoon in March of 2017 when she stopped mid-run to use the bathroom in Golden Gardens Park. As Herron dried
Move Over, Tart Cherry Juice—Pomegranate Is Stepping Up The Power Of Pomegranate You may be aware of the potential performance benefits associated with tart cherry juice and beetroot supplements. However, these aren’t the only elixirs that may help improve your running. Pomegranate juice has been shown to be another key player in the ergogenic aid
Meet The Elite: Our Interview With Boston Marathon Hopeful Sara Hall Photo by PhotoRun. Bound For Boylston Street Sara Hall has been a runner to know since her first big win at the Foot Locker National High School Cross Country Championships in 2000. Nearly two decades later, she’s sampled distances ranging from the mile to
If you’re planning on running an ultra-marathon this summer – whether in the mountains or in the UK – then ski touring is a popular choice for winter training. Kilian Jornet uses extensive ski touring to build his endurance base during the off-season and trail runners have increasingly taken to this great form of cross
Our Top Running Shoe Picks For Spring Photo by Scott Draper. Real women—including moms, teachers, firefighters and our own editors—tested dozens of shoes to bring you our best-of list for spring 2019. Numbers To Know Weight: All shoe weights listed (except when noted) are for a size 7. Heel-toe Drop: The drop of a shoe,
All photos of the 2019 USA Track and Field Indoor Championships by Kevin Morris. As we witnessed at the NYRR Millrose Games earlier this month, women runners are on a roll this year—and the USATF Indoor Championships held February 22-24 at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island, N.Y., only cemented that reality. Shelby
Transforming Your Bad Habits Into New, Healthy Habits Photo by Oliver Baker. Out With The Old, In With The New For many of us, the beginning of a new calendar year provides the perfect excuse to rethink the behaviors that aren’t serving us. After all, everyone has bad habits and self-sabotaging behaviors they wish they
From An Autoimmune Disorder Diagnosis To A Chicago Marathon Finish Never Give Up More than 44,500 runners successfully crossed the Chicago Marathon finish line on Oct. 8, 2018. For Lynn Rogers, completing the race served as a triumphant end to a year marked by a journey she never expected to take. This was Rogers’ 11th
Why Athletes Continue to Turn to CBD Oil from cbdMD for Inflammation – Women’s Running Although CBD was first discovered in 1940, the passing of the 2018 Farm bill has pushed CBD into mainstream favor. With this newfound popularity, there has been an influx of interest in CBD amongst professional and casual athletes seeking natural
Have No Doubt: Your Running Breakthrough Will Come Photo provided by Ellie Abrahamson. My name is Ellie Abrahamson and I am a professional long-distance runner for Atlanta Track Club Elite. Up until my senior year of college, I never thought about running professionally. I loved how running provided me with a “relaxed mind” and “feel
3 Runners We Recommend Following On YouTube Gwen Jorgensen photographed in Portland, Ore., in… If you want to be your best—at anything in life—start by observing others. You’ll quickly see how much you can learn from the good and bad examples that are all around you—and running is no exception. By studying the training, racing
Running Is A Full Family Affair For Sara Hall Photo provided by Sara Hall. Running In The Family With the 123rd Boston Marathon on the horizon, Sara Hall is laser-focused. The Asics-sponsored elite’s training runs and daily workouts are meticulously planned and deliberately executed. With a personal best marathon time of 2:26:20, she has great