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This 70-Year-Old Woman Ran A Marathon On Every Continent In 1 Week

The Huffington Post | Lindsay Holmes | Posted 03.17.2017 | Healthy Living

Chau Smith is a 70-year-old Missouri runner who has competed in approximately 70 races. Last year, she decided she wanted to set the bar even higher f...

I Have A Meniscus! (And Other Things I Learned After Running A Half-Marathon)

Adina Ciment | Posted 02.08.2017 | Healthy Living
Adina Ciment

After months of training, I finally ran in the Miami Half-Marathon. I use the term “ran” a bit liberally because in truth, it wasn’t 13.1 miles ...

Does Running Actually Ruin Your Knees?

The Huffington Post | Allison Fox | Posted 02.03.2017 | Healthy Living

The Question: I’ve always heard that running is bad for your knees. Is this really true? Both runners and non-runners alike have heard that the high...

How Bell Biv DeVoe Made 'Poison' A '90s Classic

The Huffington Post | Lauren Moraski | Posted 03.07.2017 | Entertainment

The beginning of the video for Bell Biv DeVoe’s new single “Run” features a snippet of a familiar track: the group’s hit song “Poison.” Li...

11 Life Lessons I Learned From My Year Of Running

Rachel Chang | Posted 01.04.2017 | Healthy Living
Rachel Chang

I don’t consider myself a runner.Yet when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg declared that his challenge for 2016 was A Year of Running on Jan. 4, I was i...

How I Outran Misogyny

Annie Brothers | Posted 01.05.2017 | Women
Annie Brothers

I was born and raised a feminist. I was welcomed into the sisterhood at my first breath and my parents lived and breathed gender equality into my sist...

Daring To Believe

Beth Whitley | Posted 09.29.2016 | Parents
Beth Whitley

There's been a lot of talk over the past few days about the 'legacy' of these athletes, of the social progress which comes from events like these and of the lessons they teach us all. It would be nice to think that their legacy is global and profound, that it challenges perspectives, shifts attitudes and redresses relationships.

My First Spartan Race -- The Washington D.C. Sprint

Brian Boyle | Posted 09.01.2016 | Impact
Brian Boyle

Ever since I started competing in endurance sports back in 2007, I've really enjoyed the training, dedication, and overall challenge of this style of racing. After crossing the finish line in my first Ironman triathlon, I knew that I wanted to race in many more endurance events.

Happy Run-iversary

Maria Rodale | Posted 08.25.2016 | Healthy Living
Maria Rodale

So on this, my 1st Run-iversary, I'm giving myself permission to say, yes, I am indeed a runner. And although its taken me 20 years to realize it, Mr. Leung knew it all along.

The China Debate

Stephen G. Cecchetti | Posted 08.03.2016 | Business
Stephen G. Cecchetti

Note to editors: This post is coauthored with authorized HuffPo blogger Kermit Schoenholtz. China's rapid credit expansion is worrying. Will Chinese ...

Here's Why You Get Out of Breath Walking Up Stairs (Even Though You're Fit) | Posted 07.19.2016 | Healthy Living

By Rozalynn S. Frasier I like to think that I am in pretty good shape. I work out five to six times per week, have run multiple marathons and, well...

In a Rut? How to Make Running Fun Again

Jason Saltmarsh | Posted 06.13.2016 | Healthy Living
Jason Saltmarsh

A time when running feels more like work than play, and you start to wonder if you need it anymore. After all, if it's not fun, there are plenty of other things to do instead. Fun is the key to running longevity. Here are five ways to rekindle your running passion and find love on the run.

LOOK: The Eccentric Costumes Of Tokyo Marathon Runners

HuffPost Japan | Sara Elkamel | Posted 12.19.2016 | Home

Ballerinas, Disney princesses, superheroes, and cartoon characters in running shoes were among the 36,000 runners who rolled through Tokyo, Japan, on ...

Academy Awards 2016--Foreign Language Films

David Wallechinsky | Posted 02.22.2017 | Entertainment
David Wallechinsky

Eighty nations entered films in the Academy Awards Foreign Language category this year. I saw 75 of the 80 films. It was a good year for South America, a strong year for Europe and a weak year for Asia.

How I TRI'D: 6 Life Lessons Learned While Preparing for a Competitive Race

Karim Orange | Posted 12.11.2016 | Healthy Living
Karim Orange

Welcome to How I Tri'd. This is an ongoing series about a very typical in and out of shape 40-year-old woman repurposing, reevaluating and recharging ...

Ultramarathons May Briefly Shrink Your Brain, According To Science

The Huffington Post | Carla Herreria | Posted 12.18.2015 | Science

Let's all just agree: Ultramarathoners are insane superhuman. A mere 26.2-mile run doesn't satisfy them. Instead, they chase adrenaline for hundreds o...

A Shockingly Small Amount Of Running Can Boost Your Health

The Huffington Post | Kate Bratskeir | Posted 12.09.2015 | Healthy Living

If you can't imagine running for longer than 10 minutes, you're not a lost cause in the running world. In fact, running for just 10 minutes, five days...

Mystery and the Psyche

Jane Simon, M.D. | Posted 11.18.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Jane Simon, M.D.

"It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery, but what a savage & beautiful country lies in between." This beautiful quote by poet Diane Ackerman...

Why We Run: Encompassing the Spirit of the New York City Marathon

Karim Orange | Posted 11.04.2016 | Healthy Living
Karim Orange

I will never forget being 10 years old and driving down the street with my father in the middle of a rainstorm. Looking out the window, I don't rememb...

2015 NYC Marathon Start: What You Need to Know

Jason Saltmarsh | Posted 10.28.2016 | Healthy Living
Jason Saltmarsh

The 2015 New York City Marathon is about to begin. Over 50,000 runners will line up on Nov. 1 for a red carpet running tour of New York City's five bo...

10 Reasons To Run That Have Nothing To Do With Losing Weight

The Huffington Post | Lindsay Holmes | Posted 10.04.2015 | Healthy Living

Earlier this year, I decided to commit to a regular running routine because climbing the stairs to my third-floor walkup wasn't really enough cardio. ...

Gap CEO On Why Running Beats Stress

The Huffington Post | Jenny Che | Posted 09.28.2015 | Business

Gap chief Art Peck is still new to the job, but he has a good idea of what works for him when it comes to de-stressing. For Peck, who took over as CEO...

12 Times We Were All Anna Wintour Leaving This Fashion Show

The Huffington Post | Jamie Feldman | Posted 09.17.2015 | Style

Anna Wintour is the woman all designers want to see in their front rows. With over 200 designers showing at this season's New York Fashion Week, Vogue...

Join the Heart and Stroke Walk in Seattle and Tacoma

American Heart Association - Western States | Posted 09.16.2016 | Impact
American Heart Association - Western States

For 90 years, heart disease has been the number one reason we lose our loved ones. Enough is enough! Imagine a day when heart disease is no longer the leading killer. Join the Heart and Stroke Walk in Seattle and Tacoma and help us Get 1 Done!

The Longest Journey

Jay Scott | Posted 08.31.2016 | Impact
Jay Scott

There is an old saying that says "the longest journey begins with a single step." This couldn't be a more accurate description of an annual journey we are about to begin which will take us one million miles (and more). The hardest part of this journey will be taking that very first step.