Na'Tasha is a RUNGRL co-founder and its chief content officer. When she’s not running and working with RUNGRL, she she can be found writing, traveling or making delicious meals out of whatever is currently in her fridge.
Balancing a demanding work schedule and a busy social life while managing an autoimmune disorder can be challenging enough, but Iesha Pankey decided to tackle all this while training for her first marathon. Find out what she learned through this challenging and rewarding process.
From elite running legends to hometown heroes, we’re celebrating the running trailblazers who inspire us in our new series, ‘GRLS Who Race’.
April is RUNGRL’s birthday month and we’re celebrating the best way we know how—through miles with all of you! We've partnered with Gixo fitness app to bring you our first-ever Virtual 5K on Sunday, April 28. Read more to find out how to join us!
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.
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!
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.
The Fall RUNGRL Tour has just wrapped, and our hearts are full of wonder and gratitude at all of the Black Girl Magic the ladies brought up and down the East Coast.
Our RUNGRL founders share their best tips for getting those miles in when the rain is trying to stop your shine.
Many hugely important decisions (and decision makers) will be decided on November 6. More than ever, your vote as a Black woman is needed.
RUNGRL gets personal with celebrity hairstylist Yene Damtew on managing a busy lifestyle, how to care for Black hair and the importance of making your health a priority.
Natasha Hastings, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and World and U.S. National Champion, shares her insights on her running hair, her motivations and her “you look good, you feel good” philosophy.
#MyRunningHair Ambassadors share their stories and routines, giving a glimpse into their personal lives and how they manage to stay active and healthy while still maintaining their varied and beautiful hairstyles.
Some of our favorite runners share how they slay their pressed or blown out hair and still have time to work out regularly.
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.
As active Black women interested in both wellness and healthy hair, RUNGRL knows the struggle. How much of a role does haircare play in your life when it comes to fitness?
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!
These cleansing body wipes can freshen you up in no time and hold you until you can make it home to a real shower.
Dannielle McNeilly ‘aspires to inspire’ her fellow Black women and young girls to run as she makes her mark on the world of distance running. “If someone else can be motivated to do it because of me, that’s what matters.”
Learn how what you eat can have a big effect on your training and how to choose the right foods for your own race prep.