Having a cross training method that mimics running in so many ways can really help increase your body’s performance for race day. Here’s how.
Summer running tips to ensure you slide into the first official days of summer with continued success.
RUNGRL co-founder Jasmine shares how her first sports massage changed her running game for the better.
If you’re thinking of joining the “stroller gang”, there are some important things to know before you start pushing.
How can you know where to begin with cross training as a runner?
University of Pennsylvania Track & Field Coach Chelsea France shares tips on how to avoid throwing off your progress with missed workouts.
Staying dedicated to running is “not a matter of time, as much as it is a matter of priority.”
Twelve weeks of hard work, sweat and sisterhood ended in hugs and hardware as our National Women’s Half Marathon training program participants raced for their goal on Sunday in Washington, D.C.
For Adrienne, finding a group to run with was the motivation she needed to shed both self doubt and unwanted weight.
Health + Wellness
Black women runners have many reasons to pay close attention to their iron levels and potential signs of anemia.
Aurélie went from being a law student consumed with stress and anxiety to an empowered runner who used running as personal therapy and meditation.
On August 5, RUNGRL brought its signature run-and-brunch event series, Miles + Mimosas, back to D.C. Brunch was punctuated with a candid conversation about Black women’s often-complicated relationship between hair care and wellness.
RUNGRL asked six Black women runners with varying hair types how they refresh their hair after some tough miles. Here’s what they had to say.
RUNGRL took over NOLA to host a panel on the Essence Festival Lifestyle Stage to discuss Black hair and fitness, and hosted two runs through the city.
Meet our expert panelists, who will join us at Essence Festival to discuss the biggest issues Black women face today with hair maintenance and staying active.
RUNGRL is hosting THREE fitness events as part of the Wellness & Spirituality programming at this year’s Essence Festival!
Marquita “Quita” Francique inspires, motivates and supports women across the running spectrum through her many running and fitness initiatives.