“Running is Not Canceled”: Reassessing Why We Run As Races Are Called Off and Postponed

A canceled race can be extremely deflating, even when you know it was canceled for a good reason. Weeks, months, maybe even years of hard work have gone into the goal of showing up at the starting line ready to finish a brand new distance, or to do it faster than you’ve ever done before. Read More

Four Tips for Staying Fit at Home

With long hours at home seriously disrupting the natural lifestyle rhythms we most often associate with physical fitness, regular exercise has never been more important. Or easier to avoid. That’s why we checked for some quick tips to keep your baseline training going or get into some new at-home workout habits. Because the good news Read More

Meaning Thru Movement with Alison Désir

Named by Women’s Running as one of twenty women who are changing the sport of running and the world, Alison Désir is an endurance athlete, activist, mental health advocate and HOKA ambassador.  Alison is the founder of Harlem Run (an NYC-based running movement), Run 4 All Women  (an initiative that has raised over $150,000 for Read More

Running Through Uncertain Times with Pete Kostelnick

If Pete Kostelnick is known for one thing, it’s his endurance. Whether it’s winning the Badwater 135-mile ultra, setting the Fastest Known Time (FKT) for running across the United States, or for running from Alaska to Florida in 97 days (more than 55 miles per day!), Pete knows how to endure the impossible. But how Read More

Women Who Fly – Kenyetta Iyevbele

800m specialist Kenyetta Iyevbele is an integral member of the New Jersey New York Track Club, who runs for the team “because of the support. [Coach] Gags reiterates the importance of family and having a common goal to better ourselves.” This kind of support is a throughline in Kenyetta’s life, and with the advent of Read More

Women Who Fly – Jenna Hinkle

According to Jenna Hinkle, “my favorite part about running is that it provides me with a sense community, while giving me the opportunity to be outside and explore places in ways few other things can.” It should come as no surprise, then, that Jenna is now an assistant coach at the University of California Santa Read More

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