April 15, 2020
"They've been robbed of opportunities. This is a little carrot to get them out there."
By Nancy Haggerty, Rockland / Westchester Journal News
Gilby Hawkins had an idea.
With high school spring sports on hold and potentially canceled and runners at home, he wanted to give his Pearl River...
March 11, 2020
British study found that any amount of running is better than no running... and running pace and distance didn’t matter
By Marwa A. Ahmed, MD, MS, Harvard Health Publishing
Working hard and feeling like you don’t have any time to exercise? Well, the reality is we all have time. If you’re...
February 15, 2020
The Daily Mile can make a massive difference to children’s lives... and can improve the fitness of all children.
By Beth Daley, Editor, The Conversation
Children today spend more time sitting than ever before. And research shows that as they grow up, children tend to become more sedentary and...
January 05, 2020
“You eat three times a day and you sleep every single night, so I think if you can get those two things really, really right it can have a greater impact just because of the frequency of how often you engage in those activities.”
By Erin Strout, Women's Running
For Jenny Simpson, there...
December 03, 2018
An astonishing 77 percent of overall respondents said they were too busy to do exercise and 74 percent said they are too busy to eat a healthy diet.
By KOMO Staff
More than half of the Washington state adult population would not walk a Mile to get somewhere they wanted to go, says a new...
September 21, 2015
The takeaway message is clear: Don't be discouraged if you can "only" run a Mile or if you're "just" a jogger; you're doing great things for your body with every step you take.
By Charlotte Andersen, SHAPE Magazine
If you've ever felt embarrassed about your morning Mile as you scroll through...
February 03, 2015
A Danish health study has concluded that light and moderate runners have lower mortality than sedentary non-runners, whereas strenuous runners have a mortality rate not statistically different from that of the sedentary group.
By Monte Morin, Los Angeles Times
Hey, fitness junkies, here's...
July 29, 2014
Running 5-10 minutes daily can reduce risk of cardiovascular disease-related death; runners who ran less than an hour per week have the same mortality benefits compared to runners who ran more than three hours per week
From American College of Cardiology
Running for only a few minutes a day...