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...
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...
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...
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 ...