The “why” is what will keep you going when you start to question your purpose in committing to running and fitness the first place. Dig into how to find your own “why”, here.
Having a bad run doesn’t mean you’re bad at running! Learn how to overcome the feelings of a bad run and channel them into an even better performance next time.
From overcoming the initial fears to performing way better than you’d hoped, it’s always a surprise to run your first race. Four women share with RUNGRL what it was like to run their first “real” 5K.
Create personal accountability in your training by linking your running journey to a worthy cause.
Are a gait analysis and running shoe analysis the same? What’s the difference? Which one should you get? RUNGRL co-founder Dominique gets to the source with info from the experts.
RUNGRL co-founder Na’Tasha Jones shares all the things she wished she had known as a beginner runner: finding your pace, what it means to be sore and more!
Whether you’re new to running or thinking of returning from a hiatus, the idea of running a 5K can seem intimidating. Get started with these tips from RUNGRL co-founder Natalie Robinson.
Developing a yoga practice can be beneficial to runners for more than just flexibility. Andima Umoren shares how yoga is beneficial for breathing, core strength, mental clarity and more.
Check out these three key things all runners should know about their feet in order to keep them happy and healthy as they pound the pavement.
RUNGRL’s sharing our recommendations for 2019 spring races of all distances, so you’ve got no excuse not to get out there and get those medals.
Health + Wellness
Are “automatic thoughts” holding you back from making the heath and wellness strides you want to make? Learn more about them from licensed psychotherapist Alvina Acquaye.
With all the heavy lifting Black women find themselves doing between work, life and family, we must strive to develop the wisdom to take care of ourselves, no matter what. But how can you find a balance? Erika Delgado explores.
Mental health professional Traci German shares her perspective on the importance of mental health treatment for Black women and how running can play a helpful role in that process.
Not having success with your “new year, new me” fitness plan? It may be that you need to get organized. Co-founders Ashlee and Na’Tasha share their tips for organizing your life for health and fitness success.
Think you don’t have time to run on a business trip? Think again. Here’s how you can fit in a run, and make your business trip even more enjoyable and productive.
How can women defend themselves against would-be attackers while out for a run?
Until she saw others running who looked like herself, April Anderson never imagined that Black women might be running just for the sake of running. She was very happy to be wrong.
Running communities are a cornerstone of what makes many people love running. Learn how one runner found the group of friends she’d been searching in a new city for after giving running a try.
RUNGRL co-founder and CEO Ashlee Lawson shares how running inadvertently made her an activist, and why it only takes one passionate decision to ignite change where you wish to see it.