As the prospect of 80-degree temperatures looms over Monday’s Boston Marathon, race organizers are hoping the heat will forge a classic contest to rank among the legends of the event’s 116-year history even as they prepare for a potential medical crisis if runners wilt under the scorching sun.
If you’re not a runner, the thought of a 5K race is probably a little intimidating. The Ease Into 5K app can help.
Perhaps you made your New Year’s resolution to exercise and never kick started into action. It’s not too late.
The open registration field is limited to 30,000, and organizers say it took four days to reach that capacity last year.
If you plan on participating in the city’s 33rd annual Broad Street Run, make sure you register on time. Registration for the May 6th race is expected to sell out within a matter of days.
If your New year’s resolution involves getting in shape, the director of a spring-time half-marathon says, why not think about running?
New research finds that cryotherapy or body cooling can be helpful in recovering from stressful exercise.
Jog.fm has tons of playlists all tailored for different workouts.
You see barefoot running shoes everywhere now. But could they be dangerous, or good for your feet?
Jog.fm is the perfect musical companion for runners everywhere.
The Nike+sport watch with GPS from TomTom not only tracks your movement but also calculates how many calories you’re burning along the way.
There is one truth related to exercise that cuts across all lines. Consistency of exercise leads to better results.
Call it the vernal equinox, the first point of Aries, or Lady Day, whatever the name it all means the same, spring is officially here.
According to a new report being presented at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, all that stretching you do before and after you exercise might not be that necessary.
If you are someone who exercises outdoors and wants to begin that jog or bike ride when you get home from work, you will be exercising in the dark. Be careful.