Women's Running Tips
Be the best runner you can be with this guide to training, nutrition, injury prevention and more.
Working fitness into your lifestyle as a routine instead of a short-lived resolution should be a priority. Here's a guide to help you make running, walking or a combination of running and walking part of your normal routine.
There's more to running than simply putting one foot in front of the other. Start with these tips that will help you run better, easier and happier.
A running pro answers beginners’ top questions.
Whether you're 20 or 60, use these tips to maximize your performance and reach your potential.
If walking has been your main form of exercise, use these tips to ramp up to a run.
Include these nine nutritious essentials in your diet to get the most out of your run.
Learn how to buy your first pair of shoes, if racing flats are right for you, and why to ditch that old cotton T.
Dr. John Gross offers straightforward advice to help treat and prevent the most common women's running injuries.
Advice from an orthopedic surgeon about running injuries and how to avoid them.
Discover how getting more sleep pays off on race day.
ChiRunning founder Danny Dreyer shows you how to reduce injuries and get faster with these techniques.
Learn how to avoid injury and soothe foot pain. Plus, discover the truth about the “runner’s high.”
Thomas Miller, Ph.D., explains how to refine your form and improve your performance.
Whether you seek strength training or rejuvenation, escape from the daily grind with these five women-only retreats.
Beat runners’ common foot ailments with these simple solutions.