You’re a busy mom, so you turned to running — it’s quick, intense, and burns a lot of calories. But running needs to be combined with cross training and proper nutrition to be an effective tool.
Is “closing your rings” on the Apple Watch becoming an obsession? Is it more important to listen to your body instead of your fitness tracker?
Getting outside to move is low cost, easy to access, and a great mood and energy boost for the whole family.
Your core is a transfer station for everything that goes on in the body. Use this routine to help stabilize your core and support your whole body.
Running doesn’t have to lead to injuries. Learn tips to prevent plantar fasciitis, shin splints, and IT band syndrome.
Typically, we talk about how to increase your nutrition or add minutes to your movement. However, it is possible to take it too far leading to overtraining your body or not fueling enough.
10 tips to keep you and your baby safe when running while pregnant. If running becomes uncomfortable, try our pregnancy workouts.
Returning to running too soon can wreak havoc on your pelvic floor. Learn how to safely work back into running with a supportive pelvic floor and core.
Running dramatically increases the amount of force through the core, pelvic floor, and legs. Diastasis recti can amplify issues unless you work on structural integrity.
Any exercise is better than none. But do you understand the aerobic and anaerobic systems and how your cardio exercises leverage both?
A runner’s diet is extremely important, whether you are running 3 or 13 miles. What should you eat before and after a run? Add extra calories or no?