Goals are good, but should be toned down for your first marathon.
Running is often seen as an individual sport. On race day, it’s you and your own two feet that get you across the finish line. But we
When I first began running fifteen years ago, every single run was pretty much the same for me. As a former smoker climbing my way out of
Two things about track workouts are true: They are incredibly effective in honing speed, and they intimidate the shorts off many runners.
This spring I was training for the Boston Marathon, a huge goal, when I found out I was pregnant. It came as a surprise, a welcome one, but
When I signed up for my first marathon, I had no idea it would become such a large part of my weekly life. I had run numerous half
It happens quickly. Your mood while mindlessly scrolling through social media feeds can go from happy to envious after seeing other
When it comes to nutrition for longer distance runs and races, it’s important to experiment with different types of fuel to learn what
Whether you’re covering 8 or 18 miles for your marathon training runs, you want to enjoy the journey. Here are 15 ways to add fun to your
You’ve crossed the finish line, high-fived your support crew and uploaded the pictures to Facebook: Congratulations, you’ve finished