April 28 2016
Step one: Don't run to lose weight.
Women often lose 3 to 5 percent of bone mass during breast-feeding, says Dr. Bridget Quinn, from the Division of Sports Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. She stresses the importance of taking in calcium, vitamin D and protein. Get your fill with healthy choices, like Greek yogurt, lean meats and eggs.Next »
By Erin Vaughan April 27 2016
If your home gym feels a bit more like a hole than a home, give these easy tricks a try to up the morale while you're on the treadmill.
By Chris Taylor April 26 2016
There are creative ways to keep the motivation running after the finish line.
By Matt Fitzgerald April 25 2016
Forget about fad diets. Follow this simple mantra to melt away unwanted pounds.
By Carolyne Chen April 22 2016
There's a difference between running 6 miles—and sleeping in a van, then running 6 miles at 3 a.m.
By Hillary Kigar April 22 2016
When it comes to training for a race, you need to know what you are up against.
By Jennifer Bonn April 19 2016
Runners get performance anxiety for a number of reasons.
By Kelly O'Mara April 18 2016
Not long, but you can maintain your fitness level with minimal workouts.
By Christine Hinton April 7 2016
Because life will always try to get in the way of your training.
By Natalie Mitchell April 5 2016
We've all been hollered at in some way on the run—one blogger shares the best ones she's heard.
By Alison Barsalona April 5 2016
Of course we always recommend at least checking in with your doctor.
By Greg McMillan April 4 2016
These are perhaps the most important two weeks of the entire training time. Use them wisely.
By Caitlyn Pilkington March 30 2016
It's all about trial and error with some, and honesty with yourself for the others.
By Jason Fitzgerald March 28 2016
Many runners want to do both—but can you do both at the same time?
By Kim McDevitt March 28 2016
Once you recognize you're not invincible, there's room to do the things to help you heal from a postpartum running injury.