Whether you’ve trained for months to run it or stick to cheering friends and family on from the sidelines, the Blue Cross Broad Street Run is a must-do for any Philly resident.
The Penn Relays are one of Philadelphia’s many historic events. Here’s your guide to the races.
This Runtastic app uses your phone’s camera to monitor your heart rate.
People who get at least some high intensity exercise that makes them sweaty and winded could reduce their chances of dying early by up to 13%.
Last year, 40,000 people ran in the 35th annual Broad Street Run.
Forget That Marathon: There’s A New ‘Race’ Coming To Philadelphia, And It Doesn’t Require Any Running
If the thought of running a 5K – let alone the likes of the Rocky 50K that recently happened in Philly – scares the sneakers off you, this might be the “race” for you.
The Philadelphia Marathon is back in 2014, and there are more than 50,000 spectators, 30,000 runners and 2,500 volunteers expected to descend on the City of Brotherly Love.
Listen to what a group of German researchers did in their efforts to study the impact marathon running has on the heart.
RunKeeper is a tremendous tool for people who are trying to get or stay fit, monitoring the distance you move, the calories you burn and much more.
Everyone needs some encouragement when they’re running – especially during the hot summer months. RunTastic, though, goes a bit above and beyond.
This week’s 94WIP Mike and Ike Unsung Hero is 11-year-old Nikolas Toochek.
At 6 p.m. on Thursday, runners of all skill levels will meet at the University City Philadelphia Runner store for either a two, four or six mile run that finishes with freebies from Federal Donuts.
Be Well Philly, Run215 and Philadelphia Runner have created “Run to Work Day Philly,” and they’re asking commuters to lace up their sneakers and pound the pavement instead of walking, biking, driving or taking mass transit to work.
If you’d rather dress up like a superhero than try to actually be one, these are the craziest, zaniest, most fun races to hit the Philly area this fall.
According to the researchers, runners were up to 45 percent less likely to die from heart disease or stroke than those who didn’t run at all, and the effects were found regardless of distance, duration or speed.