Run and Jog

  1. Avoiding Those Common Running Injuries

    Knowing about common injuries and how to prevent them can keep you on track toward achieving your fitness goals.

  2. Follow the Road to Safety

    Exercising outdoors can be fun and enjoyable, but you should keep personal safety in mind before you head out the door.

  3. Is Barefoot Running Better?

    Research suggests that a thin-soled sneaker—or no shoe at all—may give runners the best injury protection.

  4. Is It Too Hot To Trot?

    If you're not careful, you could wind up with a case of heat exhaustion just as easily as the couch potato next door, no matter how fit you might be.

  5. Jog or Walk? Both Boost Your Health

    Walking is easier on your joints, but jogging burns calories more quickly.

  6. Ready, Set, Run!

    It may not be as trendy as Pilates or power yoga, but running still delivers a great fat-burning, stress-reducing aerobic workout.

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