Entering races is one of the most effective ways to ensure you'll actually train. Sign up online and pay the race fee ahead of time -- it's cheaper if you do it early and you'll ...
When you first start running, you might not even be able to imagine finishing a 5k at all, let alone running it at a reasonably quick pace. That's okay! Start out slowly and jus...
When you're running, especially if you're struggling a bit, your body naturally gets hunchy -- your shoulders hunch up to your ears, your elbows tuck in at your sides, your neck g...
I qualified for the 2005 Boston Marathon and one month before running it, I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at age 42. I decided that there was a way that we could use the ...
I ran the NY Marathon in 1994. By the time I got into Central Park and was near the finish line, I was tired and sore and my mind was saying it was OK to walk. Luckily I said to m...