Yes, running races back to back is a slightly nutty but increasingly popular endeavor. If you’re tempted, a few simple strategies will help you start strong and finish safely. The seconds ticked away.
The following is adapted from Alexandra Heminsley's new book, Running Like A Girl: Notes on Learning to Run I don't remember making the decision that I couldn't run; it was simply one of those things made
At some point, we've all awoken from some kind of binge, perhaps surrounded by beer bottles, candy wrappers or shopping bags, and asked ourselves: What the hell happened? How can rational, functioning
By Susan E. Matthews Though traumatic life events are the biggest cause of depression or anxiety, a new study suggests that how people respond to these events can influence whether or not they'll experience
By Joan Moran A healthy balance in all facets of life--physically, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually--is the key to maintaining optimal wellness. No matter how hard you work, your priority should
The need for Oreos to be indicted of war crimes before we acknowledge we are eating too many of them, and foods like them, says something profoundly disturbing about our culture. How bad is bad enough?
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Stress reduction strategies based on mindfulness -- the practice of focusing on the present moment -- could help lower blood pressure among people who are on the brink of hypertension, according to a new
Much has been written here and elsewhere on the future of wearable devices. From Samsung’s initial Galaxy Gear smartwatch to Glass from Google and other devices from Pebble, Fitbit, MetaWatch, Jawbone
Think twice before adding these items to your shopping cart. The phrase, “If the fire’s hot enough, anything will burn” has been uttered by many an endurance athlete, thanks to John L. Parker Jr.’s Once
Your body is primed in the evening, but that doesn't mean it's the best time to work out. There's plenty of evidence that athletic performance depends on the time of day (as I discuss in detail in my In
They shouldn't be boring—and they don't have to be solitary. Runners often havea love/hate relationship with the long run. We love the sense of accomplishment we feel when it’s over; we hate the anticipation