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And somewhere in between found fun in fitness.
How one woman ditched drinking in favor of sprinting, swimming, and cycling—and became a champion triathlete along the way.
Prepping your body for a race is only half the battle—here’s how to ready your brain to face 26.2 miles too.
Speed work, long runs, and intervals aren’t the only way to prep for 26.2 miles. Try these other plans to finish strong.
Seriously—science says when it comes down to this aspect of 26.2, ladies have men beat fair and square.
It's possible, but quite a feat. See how she aims to do it and what an expert says.
Face down these common concerns, and you’ll complete 26.2 miles with confidence and soak up the high afterward.
Here's your Monday morning motivation!
A new study pinpoints the year women (and men) seem to hit their distance-running peak.
In the latest battle of the sexes, more men are crashing women's-only fitness events—and people aren't happy about it.