10 small steps to a lifelong fitness habit

No matter how old you are, you — yes, you — can change your body, your fitness level, how you feel, and how good the rest of your life is going to be. Just moving more will be the one habit that makes the biggest difference in our life. It won’t take a miracle, but … Continue Reading

it’s national osteoporosis month! here are ten things you need to know about bone health right now

I started running shortly before turning 50 as a way to combat the loss of density that was inevitably happening to my bones as I went through menopause and lost estrogen. Based on my first bone density test, which I had around age 50, I was in the “low bone density” range. Not good. There … Continue Reading

running and talking and beer . . . oh my!

Meb Keflezighi is the only athlete in history to win the Boston Marathon, New York City Marathon, and an Olympic medal. Desiree Linden was the first woman runner in thirty-four years to claim the Boston Marathon title in 2018, and she’s heading back to Boston again next week to (fingers crossed!) keep the crown. They … Continue Reading