June 9 2016
rom too much fun to too much sun, there are plenty of excuses that could keep you from workouts this summer.
With a new week comes new goals. Plan out what you want to accomplish in the next 7 days and then have the confidence to put your plan into action. We all have varied goals. It could be getting through the week of training, looking towards a big fall race, or making sure you nail your long run. No matter what your plans are, go into your runs knowing that you will be stronger and more powerful once you finish. Stay happy. Stay motivated. And most of all, stay tough.
By Ashley Lauretta June 7 2016
Spoiler alert: Motivation? It's total BS.
By Team WR May 27 2016
In case you need extra dose of motivation in the mornings.
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 Lisa Smith-Batchen April 7 2016
Before we get caught up in life's busy schedules and self doubts, don't forget what your original goal—your dream—was.
By Kathleen Woods March 22 2016
So many people abandon those gym-filled resolutions come spring. Here are the tips to keep at it all the way to 2017.
By Laura Norris March 21 2016
Don't fret your worst races—those ones are actually the performances that make you great in the end. Amiright?
By Run Selfie Repeat March 10 2016
We always share our happiness and triumphs, but maybe we should be sharing this moment too.
By Christine Hinton March 10 2016
What usually starts with a bang can sometimes fizzle a bit as the training progresses. Don't let that happen to you.
By Fat Girl Running February 23 2016
Normally a solo runner, Mirna welcomed her son on a run—and enjoyed every moment of it.
By Marie Webb February 22 2016
After losing her mother, one runner realized she had to find motivation within.
By Kathleen Woods February 18 2016
If your lacking motivation, these 3 benefits of running should push you out the door.
By Donovan Prostrollo February 5 2016
Making fitness fun with games and apps gets people moving—but is it sustainable?