Postpartum Running: How to Return to Running After Pregnancy

Postpartum Running: How to Return to Running After Pregnancy

As runners and as women, we certainly know what it feels like to push our bodies to the limits. We are no strangers to the idea of enduring pain in order to better ourselves or reach a desired outcome. However, after becoming a new mom, postpartum running often feels like an unsettling change of pace. … Read More

Trail Running for Beginners: 11 Reasons to Give It a Try

Trail Running for Beginners: 11 Reasons to Give It a Try

No matter how much we love running, sticking to our usual routes can start to feel a bit monotonous after a while. Many runners find themselves curious about trail running, but often too uncertain to give it a try. Today, Nina, from GarageGymBuilder.com is sharing 8 motivating reasons to give trail running a try, along … Read More

How to Treat and Avoid Runner’s Trots

How to Treat and Avoid Runner’s Trots

After increasing your mileage, building fitness, creating a fuel plan and waking up before dawn, the last thing any runner wants to deal with is stomach issues on the run. Yet runner’s trots is a fairly common experience – and often occurs and the most inconvenient times. There is nothing quite as frightening as the … Read More

Lower Back Pain: Why It Happens to Runners & How to Get Rid of It

Lower Back Pain: Why It Happens to Runners & How to Get Rid of It

Back pain of any kind, especially lower back pain, can be incredibly frustrating as a runner. We spend hours each week stretching, foam rolling and strengthening our muscles – so it’s especially upsetting when aches and pains continue to arise. In a sport that deals predominantly with lower body muscles, experiencing back pain usually comes … Read More

8 Lies You Have Been Told About Running

8 Lies You Have Been Told About Running

Whether you’ve been running for years or are just toying with getting started, you’ve likely been told quite a few lies about running. Some may have been well-intended, while others might have been shared to try and steer you away from the sport. But regardless of intention, it’s time we clear up a few of … Read More

Couch to 10k Training Program

Couch to 10k Training Program

There is something really special about the 10k race distance. 6.2 miles seems to be the perfect distance to really push yourself without causing injury, burnout or requiring year-round training. Today, David Dack from Runner’s Blueprint is sharing a 10k training program that takes you from walking to running 6.2 miles in just 13 weeks. … Read More