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Women's Running

Women's Running January/February 2019

As the only women-specific running magazine, Women’s Running is the go-to source for fitness-minded females who are chasing their dreams. Women’s Running empowers the ever-growing community of women runners to live a healthy lifestyle through editorial content focused on running, fitness, nutrition and wellness.

United States
Pocket Outdoor Media, LLC
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6 Numéros


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a fresh start

BY THE TIME YOU’VE REACHED THIS PAGE, YOU’VE ALREADY GOTTEN A TASTE OF OUR NEW LOOK—from a refreshingly bright color palette to updated fonts and even a whole new logo. We thought it fitting to kick off a new year with a bit of a makeover, not only of our design, but also our content. You’ll find some rearranging of sections (those tasty weeknight recipes you’re looking for? They’re at the back!) as well as swapping out some pages with fresh new departments. With this refresh, we want to make sure we still bring you everything you’re looking for in this magazine, including mental health advice, run safety advice, training tips, injury prevention, fascinating travel destinations and the newest run gear and apparel. We’ve also made a recommitment to bringing you…

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FEATURE 100 Marathons in 100 Days THINK RUNNING ONE MARATHON IS TOUGH? What about 100? Better yet, what about running 100 marathons in as many days? We don’t recommend it to anyone who isn’t well-trained, but we certainly applaud Mina Guli, the 48-year-old runner who’s been training for a year and began her attempt at the TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 4. For Guli, the 100-day stretch is much more than a personal ambition: She’s running in support of Thirst for Water, a charity she launched in 2012 to fight water scarcity. The challenge will take her across the U.S., through Europe, into Asia and the Middle East and beyond—and at every stop along the way, Guli will be meeting with local officials to discuss potential causes and solutions for…

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warm up

CARDIO RULES A new Cleveland Clinic Foundation study suggests that regular cardiovascular activity can lead to a longer, healthier life. FUEL TREND Hoppy Fueling Beer lovers everywhere, rejoice. Sufferfest Beer Company is perhaps the best-known brew for athletes currently on the market, but its existence speaks to a larger trend that’s beginning to sweep the outdoor industry. Though electrolyte beer isn’t yet recognized by the Brewers Association as an official style, a handful of breweries—including Zelus Beer Company, Goose Island Beer Company and Dogfish Head Brewery—have recognized the market potential since Sufferfest’s 2016 launch and have begun to add hydrating ingredients into their craft beers. The only question now is when we’ll start seeing these pop up as post-race beer garden menu options. TWITTER POLL What race are you most looking forward to watching in 2019? “We’re in…

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runner reads

80/20 Triathlon By Matt Fitzgerald and David Warden Da Capo Press, $18, dacapopress.com Read it: For the training advice you need to reach that next level. Written by two experienced endurance coaches, this book recommends an “80/20” approach that targets low-intensity training 80 percent of the time and high-intensity training the other 20, a strategy endorsed by several experts in the field. Snapshot: “Learning and practicing 80/20 training will transform your triathlon experience, making your workouts more comfortable and enjoyable, enhancing your post-workout recovery, reducing your injury risk, accelerating your fitness development and taking your performance in races to a whole new level.” The Courage to Go Forward: The Power of Micro Communities By David Cordani and Dick Traum Morgan James Publishing, $30, morgan-james-publishing.com Read it: For a refreshing spin on how to envision success. Co-written by Achilles…

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never give up

“I think that runners have to put themselves in a unique position to be able to come back from whatever life sends.” More than 44,500 runners successfully crossed the Chicago Marathon finish line on Oct. 8, 2018. For Lynn Rogers, completing the race served as a triumphant end to a year marked by a journey she never expected to take. This was Rogers’ 11th time running the marathon—but these 26.2 miles were different. The first sign was a tingling in her hands, which started in July 2017. Her feet and tongue quickly followed suit. Rogers, a research scientist at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago, knows the brain and nervous system well; she earned her Ph.D. in biomedical research and studies movement disorders through the use of noninvasive electromagnetic stimulation. Rogers was used to…

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fits like a glove

MOST BREATHABLE 1 UNDER ARMOUR COLDGEAR STORM LINER These snug-fitting, lightweight gloves have a water-repellent finish but also fit under heavier gloves for harsh conditions. The grippy palm and special texture on thumbs and fingers allow you to use touchscreen devices on the go. The built-in key pocket on the left hand is an added bonus. $30, underarmour.com NATURAL FIBERS 2 ICEBREAKER QUANTUM GLOVES Made from 98 percent merino wool and 2 percent Lycra, these slightly stretchy gloves are naturally odor-free and can help regulate body temperature. A touchscreen-friendly fabric on the index finger and thumb allows you to use your phone, and the Lycra helps rain, snow or sweat dry quickly. $40, icebreaker.com WIND PROTECTION 3 SMARTWOOL PHD WIND TRAINING GLOVE These slightly thicker gloves are best for windier, harsher conditions, as they have windproof overlays and…