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Background: Women's Running prides itself in being the only running magazine designed specifically for women, and it strives to "be the go-to resource of information and inspiration for women who run," said editor in chief Jessica Sebor. The magazine helps women of all ages maintain a healthy, active lifestyle by providing advice on exercise, nutrition and health. Coverage topics include women's health, nutrition, women-specific gear and training, both running and cross-training.
Unlike Runner's World and Running Times, Women's Running doesn't cover race results and doesn't devote a lot of space to the performance of elite athletes. Coverage of elites is limited to profiles of those with inspirational stories. Instead, the mag focuses on building community through its website and social media channels, highlighting real women so that readers can gain inspiration from their peers, Sebor said....