Team WR wants you to feel fully prepared as we fall into our favorite running season! Whether you plan to tackle your local 5K on turkey day, or simply pick up your mileage as the temps drop, our guide will help you through the season of change.

Subscribe (or renew your subscription) to Women’s Running magazine and we’ll include our Fall Running Guide as a FREE download!

The Women’s Running Fall Running Guide includes:

  • Expert tips on fuel, hydration, and training specific to racing during the fall season
  • Apparel guide for autumn’s perfect weather
  • A friendly 5K training plan for America’s biggest race day
  • Turkey Trot Fun Facts

Women’s Running magazine provides dedicated sections covering the running lifestyle, news, racing, training advice and nutrition. Each issue contains articles written by running and nutrition experts on topics that interest women, including wellness, healthy recipes, and training plans for all levels of running experience.

Offer expires Oct. 29th at midnight (PST).

What you’ll get: This offer includes 1 year (10 issues) of Women’s Running magazine. This offer is valid for subscription renewals, so renew today! Your subscription includes a free download of the Women’s Running Fall Running Guide. You’ll receive a download link in your order confirmation email. Your subscription will include the free Women’s Running newsletter, which selects our favorite women-specific tips and advice on how to keep your running game strong every week (it’s easy to unsubscribe from the newsletter, if you choose).

International Subscribers: This offer is for you, too! Subscribe now and you’ll receive the digital edition of Women’s Running magazine.

Get Gifty! If you’d like to send Women’s Running to a friend as a gift, just include her name, mailing address, and email address in the “Order Notes” field during checkout or simply reply to your order confirmation email with the recipient’s info and we’ll take it from there!

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