"This is not a mild disease."
Staying physically active not only improves your immune system, but may also affect how your body responds to vaccination, including the COVID-19 vaccines.
Toeing the line for the first time since the pandemic may take you back to your first race ever.
Can COVID-19 Hurt Your Running Performance Long-Term? Medical Professionals Say It’s Still Too Soon To Tell
While fitness seems like a protective factor, doctors urge us all to remain vigilant against getting sick.
Lauren Wilke contracted COVID-19 in March 2020. She is still seeking treatment for long-haul symptoms.
We read through the latest in exercise science so you don’t have to.
Navigating COVID-19 testing and contact tracing at the Games is an added layer of stress for athletes competing in Tokyo.
The lifelong runner designed a new Long Island running store and a space for Olympic athletes to train—all while working from home during COVID-19.
With COVID-19 safety measures in place, it marks another step back to big running events.
Plus, three reasons to keep at your new running habit.
COVID-sniffing biodetection dogs will be on site to screen race participants at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race in July.
Now that part of the country is vaccinated, previous recommendations about mask wearing are being re-written.
A new study out of Kaiser Permanente Southern California looks at the correlation between activity level and COVID hospitalizations and mortality.
You adjusted to running in the “new normal”—now we have to remember how to train as life returns to what it was.
Race directors plan to host the 45th Grandma’s Marathon in June using crowd science software to implement social distancing.
Study Finds Less than 1 Percent of Professional Athletes Developed Inflammatory Heart Disease After COVID-19
Professional sports leagues extensively tested COVID-positive athletes to learn more about myocarditis risks.
Three simple strategies to keep ourselves moving forward while we wait for change.
Haworth was a lifelong runner who introduced Olympian Kara Goucher to the sport.
No races? No problem.
You need more than just physical strength to make it through 3.1 or 26.2 on your own.
One expert weighs in on the variables to consider before you add swimming into your routine again.
Lauren Wilke contracted the new coronavirus early in March. Almost five months later, she still can’t run.
Track and field athletes at the 1980 U.S. Olympic Trials share how they trained and competed through the boycott—and offer advice for runners facing an uncertain outlook on the return to racing today.
Busy parents can still trail run during a summer of COVID-19—here's how.
A guide to finding less-crowded, social-distancing-friendly runs close to home.
COVID-19 has split the country on whether or not runners should wear masks, but there are plenty of upsides to owning a neck gaiter.
Two members of the "Mama Docs Run This" Facebook group share how the members are providing support during challenging times.
Confined to their houses or brief forays outside, these five elite trail runners in France, Spain, and Italy reveal how they are training through the European coronavirus lock down.
Exercise has long been the go-to outlet for people who need to channel their energy and emotions into something physical—but ensuring a “mind-body connection” is the surefire way to get more from your workout.
This Navajo nurse and three-time Olympic Trials qualifier has leaned on running for health and stress management.
The pivot to making PPE can save jobs as well as lives.
A roundup of resources for parents who want to help their young runners to stay active.
Whether you miss the camaraderie, accountability, or racing, here are six ways to stick together with your running buddies right now.
Runners on the Frontlines: “This Situation is Like a Marathon I Have Been Training For My Entire Life”
Even with these new, scary challenges in their jobs, running still plays a role in the lives of these female physicians as they fight on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Running is a safe form of exercise to do during the pandemic, but how is it different from running on any other day?
As the U.S. tries to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, runners need to do their part. Let’s keep our distance for a while.
In a survey of more than 4,000 athletes from six different continents, 78 percent of athletes said the Olympic Games should be postponed. But that doesn't make the uncertain path forward any easier to navigate.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe proposed to postpone the Summer Games for about a year, with full support from IOC president Thomas Bach.
The skills that allow you to adapt and endure during a race can get you through the challenge and unpredictability of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mad Moose Events have canceled the popular Canyonlands Half Marathon and other events through June.
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Don't rush to the ER the second you feel flu-like symptoms. Here's what experts recommend to do, instead.
A guide to understanding what feeds your anxiety and five keys to taking control of your reactions and coping with the stress.