How to prevent blisters, chafing, black toenails, and other war wounds of running. Your shoes’ worn soles and dirty laces aren’t the only visible cues of the miles you’ve logged. Your skin shows signs
Exercise lowers clot risk, but doesn't make you immune. A few weeks ago, Canadian Running magazine had an article about a serious health scare for Kelly Wiebe, one of the country's top distance runners.
Does sitting at work and in front of the TV cancel some benefits of regular training? New details have emerged from a study of marathoners and sitting time previously reported by Runner’s World Newswire.