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As a Registered Dietitian, one of my career goals is to show people that eating healthfully for life doesn’t have to be confusing, complicated, or more expensive. We are all...
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Blisters. I’ve broken in my shoes, but still seem to be getting blisters on heels. Any thoughts on what I can do to prevent the blisters?   Tara Warren: I’m...
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Do you have a moment in life that has changed the course of your path? An injury, illness, or something so profound that it has impacted you both negatively and...
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By Silke Koester   I am deeply troubled by the arguments that I continually hear and see on social media about why it’s justifiable for races to offer women less...
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By Tara Holland I’ve been an endurance runner for almost 30 years, and for the majority of that time I have been predominantly a solo runner. Sure, I’ve run on...
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By Erin Brown We all know how much more women are scrutinized over their bodies and appearance in the media. We have all been subject to some type of comparison...
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“She’s way too thin!”
“She needs to wear more clothes. She only does that for attention.”
“You don’t fit the image we’re looking for.”
“That tattoo is a tramp stamp.”

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By Gear Editor, Ashley Hunter Arnold OK, so after pushing out our top seven faves and taking a step back, we realized there are more must-consider trail running shorts/skorts out...
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By Allison Arevalo I am a runner. I used to struggle with admitting it. I AM a runner. It felt wrong. It felt like a lie. All those people out...
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Rounding the last bend of my morning run, my stride opens up and I crush the familiar stretch of singletrack back to the car — I feel like I’m gliding....

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Growing up I played team sports, I loved team sports. When I was playing team sports, I felt like my real self. No longer was I a social awkward or...

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