Jenny Hadfield, Runner's World

Jenny Hadfield

Runner's World

Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Jenny:

Everything You Need to Know About Running Strides

This running drill improves your form and mechanics. Here's everything you need to know about how to run them, according to a running coach. → Read More

What Incline Should I Use on the Treadmill?

When training indoors, it's important to understand the metrics on a treadmill. Here, expert and coach Jenny Hadfield shares her tips on incline to help you train smart. → Read More

How to Recover After a Marathon

Every recovery is different, but there are several strategies you can employ post marathon that will aid in speeding the rate of recovery so you won’t be limping around or avoiding stairs all week.  → Read More

Here’s How to Run Your Best Chicago Marathon

Practical advice on how to set a new PR—or just have a great day—at the flat and fast race in the Windy City. → Read More

24 Solutions to Embarrassing Issues Only Runners Understand

Runner's trots, chafing, that time of the month—you know these running problems all too well. Here are the solutions you need for a smooth training run or race. → Read More

9 Simple Steps to Get Faster at Sprinting

Once you get the right form down, the seconds will fall off the clock. → Read More

How to Dress for Rainy Runs

These tips will keep you comfortable whether it’s rainy and cold or rainy and warm. → Read More

7 Ways to Improve Your Half Marathon Training

Ready to PR your next 13.1. These training tips will put you in top form. → Read More

This Running Coach Replaced Her Car With an E-Bike for a Month. Here’s What She Learned

​There are more benefits to using an e-bike than making your ride around town faster. → Read More

4 Myths About Recovery You Can Stop Believing Right Now

No, sitting on the couch watching Netflix is not a normal way to recover. → Read More

4 Myths About Recovery You Can Stop Believing Right Now

I can’t run at all for several weeks. You can certainly celebrate your latest achievement and take your foot off the gas pedal if no other races are on the horizon , but it doesn’t mean you have to sit on the couch streaming Netflix for weeks. In fact, lying around can lead to a loss of fitness and even the dreaded runner’s blues, so sticking with a fitness routine will help you heal. Every… → Read More

10 Tips that Will Make You Learn to Love Running

I hated running until I realized I was doing it wrong. Don't learn the hard way--love it now. → Read More

7 Ways to Sabotage Your Race an Hour Before It Even Starts

Race morning mistakes: Do not let all your hard work and preparation go down the drain. → Read More

4 Reasons the Treadmill Doesn’t Suck

​When you have to run inside on hot summer days, it helps to remember the perks of the ’mill. → Read More

How to Train So You Don’t Hit the Wall So Damn Hard

​If you learn to fuel appropriately and pace yourself well, you never need to experience this unpleasant sensation. → Read More

How to Train So You Don’t Hit the Wall So Damn Hard

​If you learn to fuel appropriately and pace yourself well, you never need to experience this unpleasant sensation. → Read More

​5 Swimming Workouts for Runners

​​Hit the pool for a change of pace and you'll become a fitter, more well-rounded athlete. → Read More

​5 Swimming Workouts for Runners

​​Hit the pool for a change of pace and you'll become a fitter, more well-rounded athlete. → Read More

​5 Swimming Workouts for Runners

​​Hit the pool for a change of pace and you'll become a fitter, more well-rounded athlete. → Read More

Missed Your Time Goal—Again? Here’s How to Stay Motivated

You’re only a failure if you fail to learn from your mistakes and make changes in your training and racing. → Read More