May 23 2016
If you're tired of the same old routine, don't be afraid to shake things up and try something new—just say YES!
Truth be known – women are unstoppable when we set our minds to accomplishing a goal. We have the ability to transform our dreams into reality with one simple quality: determination. At Women’s Running, we celebrate the spirit of women and hope to inspire you to never give up. Remember, the difference between impossible and possible lies in a woman’s determination.
By Shana Miller May 23 2016
How one runner battled anorexia and bulimia to become a Boston Marathon finisher.
By Caitlyn Pilkington May 23 2016
What if you could do a half marathon with four generations of your family?
By Michele Sprague May 23 2016
Was the commitment to run an 8K to herself or her daughter?
By Cate Hotchkiss May 22 2016
In prison, I sweated out a lot of my weakness, insecurity, self-imposed inequity and self-loathing.
By Jason Koop May 18 2016
Runners just need to maintain a 19 minute/mile pace to beat the 30-hour cutoff time
By Gerard Martinez May 16 2016
In her first day running across America, Lisa Smith-Batchen logged an incredible 58(!) miles—only a few more (thousand) to go.
By Elizabeth Ewens May 16 2016
Here's why one runner thinks when you decide to chase a goal, you should share it with everyone.
By Alexi Pappas May 13 2016
She chased her dream like many of us do, and now two of them are happening at the same time.
By Melinda Parrish May 12 2016
Sharing your experience with your body not only helps you, but also other women because you’re giving them something to identify with.
By Hillary Kigar May 11 2016
The power of positive words and thoughts cannot be stressed enough.
By Jami Marseilles May 10 2016
She says her friend, a Boston Marathon bombing survivor and fellow amputee, is her "soul sister."