Should women be #betterforit? Nike new “Margo vs. Lily” web series production encourages women to work towards their specific goals and be better for it.
Tag: Women Running
The future of women’s running has evolved further with the new adidas PureBOOST X running shoes, the first shoes created specifically for women. After teaming up with female athletes from around the world, adidas has created a high performance and high fashion running shoe for women.
You’re probably doing something right if your granny looks aghast every time you tuck baby into his jogging stroller so the two of you can go out for a healthy run. After all, times have changed. Your great-grand mum might not even have left home until her kids could walk, but these days, it’s common to spot running mums covering ground behind jogging strollers everywhere you go.
As we all know, sweating is an inevitable side effect of running which often leads to an unpleasant smell. Fortunately, applying perfume at opportune times can effectively mask your body odor. There are so many different types of perfumes that choosing the ideal one for you can seem like a daunting task, but most runners prefer a scent from either the fresh, earthy, or floral family of perfumes. Our top picks are detailed below along with some tips to get the most out of your fragrance as a runner.
Raise your hand if you excelled at Math, but you’re having a hard time keeping up with the Saucony Ride family of running shoes! You’re not alone. Every time we turn around, the company debuts an “improved” Ride—though proof is found in the wearer who may not be as eager for a new version because she’s perfectly content with the pair she owns. When the Saucony Ride 8 debuted recently, we felt compelled to take into consideration this model’s dynasty to answer the question of whether an already-fab shoe can be improved upon or whether mistakes made with the Saucony Ride 7 continue to plague the brand.
It’s back—bigger, better and more colourful! Celebrating 10 years of empowering women to live healthy and live great through running, this year’s Great Eastern Women’s Run (GEWR) will take place on Sunday, 1 November 2015.
On the surface level, running seems like a simple task. You strap on your sneakers, throw on some shorts and set off. Well, maybe if you are a man that’s what you do. If you are a woman, running is far from an off-the-cuff activity. Running takes preparation. Running takes mid-run adjustments. Running encompasses dealing with articles of clothing that men do not have to even consider. Running takes creativity. Running is much more involved than tossing on some clothes and hitting the road. Check out this list of the top 10 things that only female runners will comprehend and/or encounter.
According to Running USA, women account for 8.6 finishers of races throughout the United States. Similar trends are apparent throughout the world, with women playing a growing role in the running world. Male-only running events are nearly nonexistent, with men historically dominating the sport. By contrast, a recent explosion of interest in running among women has triggered growth in women’s-only events. For an empowering, enjoyable race, check out some of the events near you.
Rain or shine, more than 15,000 women participated in the Great Eastern Women’s Run last Sunday, the largest turnout recorded for the run so far. Participants ran past local iconic landmarks including Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, Merlion Park, Esplanade, Singapore Flyer, F1 Pit Building and the Sports Hub.
For many women, there is another factor to consider. Upon discovering they have a bun in the oven, many mothers-to-be ask themselves, “Should I run when I’m pregnant?”.