In order to be the best runners we can be, we must take care of our running bodies. We only get one, so if we want to keep putting the miles in, we’ve got to also be diligent about putting in the recovery work. Learn how in the latest installment of #AskCoachAsh.
Get the best tips and advice from Episode 2 of #AskCoachAsh, where she talks about pacing! Learn how to improve your pace, common pacing mistakes and more. Then stay tuned for the next episode coming soon!
Piriformis syndrome is a special concern for active women, who are six times more likely than men to experience this “pain in the butt”. Learn more about this pain and how to manage it from Alison Staples, RCAA-certified long distance run coach and physical therapist assistant.
They say that running can change you. Contributor TiYanna Long shares how training for a half marathon changed her mentally and physically, for the better.
With race season in full swing, those who are training have to now ramp things up. Are you assessing your body as you ask it to put in this hard work for you? Check out these tips to help keep your body healthily running all season long.
It’s not all sunshine and rainbows. See what makes up the good, the bad and the downright ugly side of running.
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.
Improving your pace takes more than just practice.
You might be surprised to learn which foods are among the worst choices for a pre-run meal or snack.
Not everyone can be totally in love with running ALL the time. RUNGRL co-founder Natalie Robinson shares what keeps her motivated when she finds herself falling out of love with running.
Our RUNGRL founders share their best tips for getting those miles in when the rain is trying to stop your shine.
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.
Exhaustion and injury caused Brittany to loose her long-held joy for running. It took her “breaking up” with running to find that joy again.
Why in the world would you want to run right before a race? Here’s why a shakeout run is important.
Shelby Hall is preparing to run her very first marathon next month. Read how she’s used discipline as a key component of her marathon training for the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon.
Learn about Runner’s Knee, a common running-related injury, and how to recover from it.
How can women defend themselves against would-be attackers while out for a run?
Fitness apps and devices can be a fun way to get motivated, but it’s important to be aware of both your surroundings in real time and of who can see your activity online.
Don’t get discouraged if you’re not the quickest runner you know. Running isn’t all about being fast. Here’s why.
Kill the monotony and get excited for your next treadmill run with these ideas to switch things up.
Co-founder Ashlee Lawson shares her own tips on how to get back in your groove after taking some time off from running.