Sha’Carri Richardson Is an Unapologetic Black Woman

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She's fast. She's confident. She’s bold. She’s audacious. She's a woman. She's Black. That's what I love about Sha'Carri Richardson, who has been on the path to...

How to Start Training for Your First Triathlon

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So you are thinking about challenging yourself physically and mentally and doing a triathlon. There’s a lot of training and strategy that goes into training for a triathlon, and we’re breaking it all down for you so that you can be as successful as possible throughout your training and on race day....

Allyson Felix’s Legacy She’s Created on and off the Track

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Allyson Felix is one of the most decorated athletes of all time. She’s one of the greatest sprinters ever. She’s the woman who took a risk and stood up for herself—and women and girls around the world—when she opened up about her Nike pregnancy story for The New York Times.But Felix’s legacy extends...

If You Have a Pooping Urge During Cardio, Know This

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Few things ruin a run or cardio sesh like getting started and immediately getting hit with the urge to go to the bathroom. Even if you’re one of the powerful few who can hold it until you finish, exercising is supposed to be fun, right? It shouldn’t be a countdown to when...

The Lessons Jaide Stepter Baynes Learned From Her Mom

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Jaide Stepter Baynes, an All-American sprinter, high school record holder, and professional sprinter is accustom to adversity. When asked about how the 2019 season went, she simply describes it as “terrible.” Things were beginning to look up in 2020, and then the pandemic hit, putting everything at a standstill. Track meets were cancelled...

How Ajeé Wilson Prepared for the Tokyo Olympics

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The past year has been “unusual” for Olympian and 800-meter United States record holder Ajeé Wilson. For the first time since she started running, she hasn’t had any races in the summer, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With races cancelled, Wilson continued to train despite it being uncertain whether she would be...

Everything To Know About the New Brooklyn Marathon

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Brooklyn is getting its very own marathon. On Tuesday, New York City officials approved plans for a major race through the city’s most populous borough. The inaugural Brooklyn Marathon, hosted by New York City Runs, is slated to take place on April 24, 2022, with a 26.2-mile route tentatively mapped out from...

Jaide Stepter’s Favorite Ab Exercises for a Strong Core

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Your core is an integral part of daily functions and your athletic performance—it’s used every time you sneeze, cough, have a bowel movement, pick things up, or do something more obvious… like sprint. Professional sprinter and Olympic hopeful Jaide Stepter Baynes can attest to this and, here, she shares the ab exercises...

The Hoka Clinton 8 Is Better (And 15% Lighter) Than Ever

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Hoka One One fans already know that the Clifton is a gamechanger of a running (and walking!) shoe—plus, a podiatrist’s dream, thanks to its thick, stacked sole that provides a cushy, supportive landing pad. Personally, I wear the Clifton 7 almost daily because they’re insanely comfortable. Something else I appreciate about the...

Running Gear That’s Putting Pep in Our Step

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I often compare running to golf. In both sports, consistent effort and good form basically always lead to improvement. And, in both sports, you need to be prepared for bad days, because even the most consistent effort and the best form can’t guarantee that every time out will be a success. I mean,...