Runners Move to Support Justice for Ahmaud Arbery, Slain Runner from Georgia – Women’s Running

Runners across the country are seeking justice for and honoring the memory of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man who was shot and killed on February 23 while he was on an afternoon run near his home in southeast Georgia. Arbery, who friends and family say was a former high school football star and ran … Read more Runners Move to Support Justice for Ahmaud Arbery, Slain Runner from Georgia – Women’s Running

Runner’s Power with Imke Salander

Always wanted to try an exciting new activity, but just not sure where to start? We’re trying out the latest, greatest sports and activities for you and reporting back with our findings, so you know exactly what to expect when trying something for the first time. We tried everything from parkour to trail running and … Read more Runner’s Power with Imke Salander

Ab Workout for Runners – Run Eat Repeat

Quick Ab Workout for Runners. Follow along with the Running and Strength Training workout calendar for May 2020. Get the free printable calendar to stay accountable and get stronger this month here: May 2020 Running and Strength Training Workout Calendar Quick Ab Workout for Runners   Check in everyday on Instagram @RunEatRepeat  Stay Accountable. Show … Read more Ab Workout for Runners – Run Eat Repeat

Runner’s Leg Workout with Rachel Schneider

Always wanted to try an exciting new activity, but just not sure where to start? We’re trying out the latest, greatest sports and activities for you and reporting back with our findings, so you know exactly what to expect when trying something for the first time. We tried everything from parkour to trail running and … Read more Runner’s Leg Workout with Rachel Schneider

Runner’s Bodyweight Workout with Georgia Ellenwood

Always wanted to try an exciting new activity, but just not sure where to start? We’re trying out the latest, greatest sports and activities for you and reporting back with our findings, so you know exactly what to expect when trying something for the first time. We tried everything from parkour to trail running and … Read more Runner’s Bodyweight Workout with Georgia Ellenwood

How Runners Can Treat And Prevent Charley Horses

We provide ways to treat—and prevent—those obnoxious leg cramps known as “charley horses” that always seem to take us by surprise. It’s a runner’s worst nightmare—you’re running the last mile of a marathon you’ve spent months training for and you’re stuck with a debilitating leg cramp. For readers unaware of what a charley horse is, … Read more How Runners Can Treat And Prevent Charley Horses

Runners Stay Connected While Social Distancing – Women’s Running

Whether you miss the camaraderie, accountability, or racing, here are six ways to stick together with your running buddies right now. For many of us, running is more than just logging miles and training for races. It’s about the community of people we spend time with on a regular basis, bonds that go beyond just … Read more Runners Stay Connected While Social Distancing – Women’s Running

Strict COVID-19 Social Distancing Orders Placed on Runners in France

As the U.S. tries to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, runners need to do their part. Let’s keep our distance for a while. During a global pandemic that has closed gyms, exercise studios, pools, and even ski slopes, running is still an accessible and a safe way to exercise. Thank goodness. But if … Read more Strict COVID-19 Social Distancing Orders Placed on Runners in France

Coronavirus for Runners – What You Need to Know

The Coronavirus has been officially called a pandemic by the World Health Organization and as the virus spreads worldwide – health officials are urging everyone practice ‘social isolation’ and be extremely diligent about washing your hands and other cleanliness habits. As runners we spend a lot of time potentially using public restrooms or water fountains … Read more Coronavirus for Runners – What You Need to Know

“Active Rest” Can Be Beneficial for Runners

Researchers at the University of Southern California look to hunter-gatherer ancestors to discover how people lounged pre-chairs. The average person sits for nine hours a day or more. Even if you’re an active runner, you might still be bound to your office chair for forty hours a week. And you know what they say—sitting is … Read more “Active Rest” Can Be Beneficial for Runners