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Running Might Be an Effective Way to Help Smokers Quit

This new quit-smoking technique has a higher success rate.
Maggie Puniewska
2.15.18
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Can Running Actually Help You Get Stronger?

A lot of strength athletes neglect cardio completely.
Nick English
12.27.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Cardio Machines Are Just Guessing How Many Calories You Burned

Is my elliptical a liar?
Grant Stoddard
12.15.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Running Can Help People Recovering from Addiction Stay Sober

"I felt this high that I had never felt before—with any drugs, with any alcohol."
Cindy Kuzma
11.30.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Some Runners Feel Totally Lost After a Big Race

I felt a complete lack of structure and motivation after I crossed the finish line.
Michelle Malia
11.28.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Extreme Triathletes Could Be Putting Their Hearts at Risk, Study Finds

The most significant factor appears to be how hardcore these specific athletes were.
Nick Keppler
11.22.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

These People Wore Masks to Make it Through a Half Marathon

The air quality is that shitty in Delhi, India, right now.
Michelle Malia
11.20.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Running Is a Great Coping Mechanism for Grief

"I had a distinctive time to be sad and not have grief take over my life.”
Cindy Kuzma
11.20.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Rest Day Is the Most Important Day for Runners

Recovery isn’t just physical, it’s mental.
Cindy Kuzma
11.20.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Marathon Training Can Make You Fat

Running and weight loss don't always go hand-in-hand.
Cindy Kuzma
11.16.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Running Became Meditative When I Stopped Listening to Music

It's not just a body thing, it's a brain thing.
Michelle Malia
11.14.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

This Woman Started Running Backwards When a Rare Disorder Ruined Her Stride

She finished the New York City Marathon on Sunday without taking a single forward step.
Michelle Malia
11.9.17