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More and more young female runners are signing pro contracts in a sport where racing as an elite does not guarantee financial success.
Established in 2007, women’s running brand Oiselle set out to take on a retail space crowded by big players like Nike and Under Armor. Oiselle aimed to show that, unlike its competitors, they understood the whole complicated enchilada that is women’s lives.
It doesn't take a genius to see that the winner in this feud is the funky VersaClimber machine itself. Invented in 1980 by a mechanical engineer, the machine was—until now—one of the most-ignored pieces of fitness equipment of all time.
FitRankings turns the world into one big fitness competition, no matter what your sport is.
Most serious runners consider big-box race series to be corporate giants that squash beloved local races, care little about the sport aspect of running, and charge absurdly high entry fees all in the name of profit.
There is no real research that shows exactly how long women should wait to exercise postpartum; however, experts say the amount of time it takes to return to pre-pregnancy fitness is directly related to how active you were going into and during your pregnancy.
“Steamed fish and broccoli for breakfast doesn’t exactly do it for most people,” says Stephanie Gaudreau, author of The Performance Paleo Cookbook.
“Ryan Hall is done.” That’s what you would have heard had you tuned in to usatf.tv’s live coverage of 2015 Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday.
We caught up with Hall while she was training at 9,000 feet in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to talk about making the jump to the marathon.
How changes in sponsorship rules will affect Olympic athletes and viewers.
Boost reaction time and reduce clumsiness on the field with these expert moves.