Articles for Tag: "Chicago Marathon"

My inspiration: A tribute to Jay Burger  Featured
My inspiration: A tribute to Jay Burger
I never thought I was going to run a marathon. That changed when my friend was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma.
Are these popular diet mantras fact or fiction? 
Are these popular diet mantras fact or fiction?
A dietitian weighs in on five common diet myths and offers advice for people trying to lose weight.
How to get started on a running program 
How to get started on a running program
A sports medicine physician and coach to world-renowned athletes offers three basic rules to get you started.
Why are Millennials running so much?  Featured
Why are Millennials running so much?
The next generation of young adults is changing the face of the sport. Learn how.
BLOG: A reflection on marathon training  Featured
BLOG: A reflection on marathon training
I’ll carry these life lessons with me long after I cross the finish line.
Gun violence survivor runs strong in son’s memory    Featured
Gun violence survivor runs strong in son’s memory  
This long-time runner will dedicate his first race to his son killed last year.
Why you should walk during a marathon 
Why you should walk during a marathon
Running the entire race may not improve your speed. Learn why.