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Running

Marathons can tax amateurs’ hearts

Ease the strain by training up for the 26.2-mile run ... well before attempting it.

Patient Story

‘One person can really make a difference’

It seemed like the perfect day for a run. It ended with an off-duty nurse saving a jogger’s life.

5 ways to push yourself to stay fit

To be successful at a fitness routine, employ a variety of tactics to keep yourself motivated and inspired.

‘Did I hear something pop?’

Using reconstructive knee surgery, a Michigan man overcomes a gruesome injury to run the Boston Marathon.

Patient Story

‘Living a better life’

Football coach and pastor Matthew Stone's regimen leads to 150 pounds of lost weight and worries.

Patient Story

‘You’ve gotta keep moving’

Triathlete Rob Norris is in his mid-70s, with hip replacement surgery in his rear-view mirror. Nothing has slowed his training regimen.

Exercising in the great outdoors

The best way to work out is outdoors. Here are top tips to consider before taking your workout outside.

Winning at the finish

Runners fill the streets of Grand Rapids to test their fitness and endurance during multiple competitions.

Blue skies, green duds: The luck of the Irish Jig

Nearly 4,300 people took part in the annual St. Patrick's Day race to raise awareness about colorectal cancer.

Hey runners, be sure to choose the right shoes

As with all footwear, shop at the end of the day when feet are at their largest.

Stand against gluteal amnesia

Long bouts of sitting will nearly wipe out your gluteal memory. Stand up and make those muscles remember their role.

Breathe easier, ladies

New study indicates women have the aerobic edge during exercise because they process oxygen more efficiently than men.

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