Articles by Ashley Lauretta

Determined Marathoner Rolls Across Finish Line After Collapsing

Last month at a marathon in Washington, Devon Bieling rolled her way across the finish line after collapsing and still earned a BQ.

Choose These Prepackaged Foods That Are Dietitian Approved

Sometimes hunger strikes and you just need something that you can grab and go with. In that case, reach for these prepackaged foods.

You’ve Got To See These Running-Themed Gender Reveals

Gender reveals are all the rage and runners are taking it up a notch with creativity when it comes to sharing their joy with loved ones.

5 Injuries That You Shouldn’t Treat Yourself And Require A Doctor

It can be tempting to use self-care to treat your own injuries and get back to running quickly, however, it isn't always the best idea.

She Became A Leadwoman While 18 Weeks Pregnant

Erin Drasler trained for and completed all five races in the Leadville Trail series while pregnant, capped off at the Leadville Trail 100.

5 Things To Consider About Running And Willpower

Next time you are struggling to find the motivation to go for a run, remember these things about willpower that can make a difference.

5 Foods Runners Should Consider Taking A Break From

If you're experiencing issues such as poor digestion or trouble sleeping, there are foods you can remove from your diet that can help.

Your Allergies May Actually Be Acid Reflux Instead

The symptoms of acid reflux are so similar to allergies that they are often misdiagnosed. Here's how to know the difference.

Austin Runners Set New Women’s Record For Wonderland Trail

Austin runners Allison Macsas and Mallory Brooks ran the 93-mile trail completely unsupported in just over 29 hours to take the new record.

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