How Running Helps Women Break the Stress Cycle

How Running Helps Women Break the Stress Cycle

  It’s no surprise that Americans’ stress levels are on the rise. This is especially true among women, according to reports by The American Psychological Association and other organizations that track the different ways stress impacts men and women’s...
Stressed Out: When running poorly isn’t due to overtraining

Stressed Out: When running poorly isn’t due to overtraining

Jayne Perkins, 42, of Alexandria, Louisiana, never had a major setback. Then, while training for her 10th trail marathon, she felt she was running poorly, despite being sure she wasn’t overtraining. Then came a persistent case of plantar fasciitis. And then it...
Manage Your Workday Like Intervals, Not a Sprint

Manage Your Workday Like Intervals, Not a Sprint

Treat your day like an interval workout–including cycles of productivity and rest—to get more done and feel better doing it As a runner, you probably already know that you need to include rest days (no running) into your training so that your body’s natural...
The Personal Story of Run Wild Retreats Founder, Elinor Fish

The Personal Story of Run Wild Retreats Founder, Elinor Fish

In the following essay, Run Wild Retreats + Wellness founder Elinor Fish shares her personal journey leading to the creation of her company:  Over my 15-year career in running and wellness, my articles, programs, workshops and retreats have helped thousands of people...
Think Buying New Shoes Will Motivate You to Run? Buy This Instead

Think Buying New Shoes Will Motivate You to Run? Buy This Instead

Have you ever bought a new pair of running shoes or running outfit in the hopes that motivates you to run more? I mean, it sounds like a good idea: you buy something new, you want to use and in order to derive joy from your new purchase, right? I know I love that...
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