Model, designer, and body activist Candice Huffine is no stranger to the limelight, but a newfound passion for running has allowed her to find her voice outside of the fashion world. Candice, who was motivated to share her own running journey, founded the online community, Project Start. Through Candice’s efforts, what began social media campaign has brought together thousands of veteran and new runners alike to share their stories, encouraging all women to just start!
Sara Hunninghake is the Community Manager at Finish Line Physical Therapy and a licensed massage therapist. She graduated from the LMT program at the Swedish Institute, and is also recognized as a Fellow of Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute. Prior to joining the FLPT staff in 2011, Sara worked in a media operations role […]
To give you a look at our favorite pieces of the season, we’ve created a lookbook for some winter-time inspiration as we move into the colder months. We’re also taking a look at some of the activities the Run Co. staff have participated in the past few months. Take a peek.
Adama and Jan Muench are shedding light on the culture of running, and everywhere else that their legs can take them with their new print magazine, Runaway. Read on to find out more about this delightful pair and their exciting new editorial.
The Big Brother Big Sisters NYC organization is a life shaping organization for many of New York’s youth and adults alike. Read on to find out a little more about the organization through the thoughts of two wonderful young ladies.
Darcy Budworth is a seasoned veteran of the NYC urban running scene. And a bit of a sweetheart. She has recently taken up the role of race director over her and her husband’s (Adam) Take the Bridge race series. Read on to learn more about her story, which is a microcosm of the evolution of the current urban running landscape in the NYC.
How long do running shoes last? It is an age-old question. We hear it every day. The answer typically provided by shoe retailers and manufacturers alike has been of the one-size-fits-all variety: “a typical running shoe should last 300-500 miles”. Zzzzzzzzzz. That is not particularly insightful. Primarily because that mileage range is so wide you […]