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  • To Ice Or Not To Ice: Here’s A Runner’s Guide

    By Jason Miller

    There is a time and place for ice to treat an injury. Read on to find out how healing works and when you should reach for the ice cubes.

  • Runners Need To Care About Gluteus Medius

    By Jason Miller

    It is a little muscle on the side of your hip and it plays a huge role in injury prevention and stabilizing your running stride.

  • 7 Exercises To Strengthen Toes That Every Runner Should Do

    By Victoria Davis

    The foundation of your running form starts in your toes. Give your lower legs some love to prevent aches and pains from the ground up.

  • How To Treat Bruises, Cuts And Scratches On The Trail

    By Susan Lacke

    If you find yourself on the trail needing to treat bruises, bug bites or more, here's what you need to know about first aid on-the-go.

  • Remember Diana Nyad The Swimmer? She Now Wants You To Start

    By Fara Rosenzweig

    Diana Nyad is known for her time in the water, but she is hopping on dry land to make sure Americans walk more with Everwalk.

  • 4 Tips To Make Running Through Pregnancy More Comfortable

    By Alison Barsalona

    Pregnancy is full of uncomfortable moments, but running while pregnant doesn't have to be one of them thanks to these tips.

  • How One Runner Discovered Her Own Breast Cancer

    By Ashley Lauretta

    Learn how intuition helped one runner discover her own breast cancer—and what you should do to arm yourself for early detection.

  • Here’s Another Good Reason To Get More Shut-Eye

    By Team WR

    We all know that sleep is good for us, but a new study reveals there are additional benefits that we may not have been aware of.

  • 6 Tricks To Be A Morning Runner

    By Katie McFarland

    One runner put six common tips and tricks to the test in order to become a morning runner. Here's what worked and what didn't.

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