jogging

What's grosser? Not picking up trash or not taking responsibility for it?
A time when running feels more like work than play, and you start to wonder if you need it anymore. After all, if it's not fun, there are plenty of other things to do instead. Fun is the key to running longevity. Here are five ways to rekindle your running passion and find love on the run.
For runners without a sound race strategy and some serious self-discipline, mile two is where PR's fade to black. Here are a some things you can do to run a better second mile in your next 5K race.
My point is not that these races are bad. I admire the runners who compete in these events. My point is that these overly expensive, aggressively marketed and highly socialized races can push runners to jump in too early, or for the wrong reasons. Peer pressure, intentional or not, is a difficult thing to resist.
This could help explain why Parisians are so svelte.
How often do we want things to be exactly the way we want them to be? How often do we get angry about the four unfavorable
Life is easy these days. We sit too much, we eat too much, and most of us have never been truly tested. As wonderful as this
Yes -- to hold on to my equity. When we were structuring the equity of the business, a co-worker reminded me that the company
The key to running in the extreme cold is to protect yourself, wear the proper clothing and have an exit strategy.
Whether swimming 375 miles nonstop in the frigid Missouri River from Kansas City to St. Louis for five grueling days or scaling the exterior of the tallest skyscraper in the Midwest, Mark commanded intense focus with each selected feat.
This model works for smaller events too. The Big Lake Half Marathon in New Hampshire (800+ runners), followed the GameFace
Eureka moments of genius are common to runners. They happen mid-run as a result of fatigue, high endorphins, low cortisol, self-righteousness, and a groovy "one-with-naturedness" that would make Ralph Waldo Emerson envious.
All we really have is the present moment -- where you are right now and with whom you are with. Give yourself time to think and reflect. Live purposefully. Be in the now and take it all in. Be brave. Have gratitude for what you have. Accept reality. It is all we have.
I am a runner. Now excuse me while I howl with laughter. After all, in the words of my late father, I am a couch potato. I like sitting down. Or lying down, preferably, and being brought stuff so I don't have to move.
Yes, my first purchase as a soon-to-be first-time mom was a jog stroller, months before I could use it.
While most cases of plantar foot pain are actually plantar fasciitis and should respond to treatment accordingly, there is an old expression in health care that still holds true: "If the patient does not improve, the treatment or the diagnosis is wrong."
There is nothing more upsetting to a runner than suffering an injury. Weeks, months, and even years of training and fitness can be jeopardized by a slip on the ice, a turn of the ankle, or a chronic overuse injury. Here are some simple ways you can avoid injury and stay sane.