I would encourage all young women to seek out a mentor. In life and in sports.
Your period is your superpower. How many times have you heard that one? Not many, right?
Building internal confidence is critical for us to develop and learn from the good and the bad.
Here are some tips on how you can accomplish your goals, and build stronger relationships, alongside your teammates.
The best advice I've ever gotten through mentorship is to loosen the grip.
In honor of eating disorder awareness week, I wanted to bring awareness to two extremely important and under-discussed topics in the world of running.
Here are some mindset tips and perspective changes that I think are helpful to continue believing in yourself and get through injury.
It may sound contradictory not to prioritize your sport. But for someone like me, learning to do this has saved me from destruction in my sport.
How often do you hear the phrase 'listen to your body'?
Jessica Stratton writes about the comparison game athletes sometimes feel in training and competition. She offers helpful tips to overcome that.
University of Delaware student-athlete Jessica Stratton writes about the athletes's relationship to food, and why it's so important
Having a process-oriented approach and a full-hearted belief in yourself will not only help you reach your biggest goals, but also surpass them.
As you develop as a young runner, you might have some ideas on how you should look. I'm here to tell you differently.
Puberty is important, and the reality is that running can significantly impact our bodies ability to undergo these processes if we do not care for our bodies pr