All runners have bad habits. Yet no matter how often these errors and vices throw us against the wall, slow us down, or leave us stranded on a PR plateau (that's "personal record" for you non-runners), we keep making them. Here's a look at the most common mistakes:
When I ran my first marathon, I brought with me two
Concrete: It cracks when tree roots burst through, it gets so hot that it makes summer afternoons in the city feel absolutely stifling, and it’s the culprit behind many a skinned knee and elbow. So, why do we keep building our cities out of this material that seems to be more of a hassle than it’s worth? That’s the question that’s driving local
Are you happy? Then you’re probably a selfish, miserable bastard, at least according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The study attempted to find whether it’s more beneficial to be “happy” or “meaningful” and, apparently, meaning wins.
According to the researchers, being happy means you’re more
For the most part, cavemen don't have the best reputation. We can start with the name itself — no one even calls them by their correct term. Instead of Neanderthal, they're cavemen. Men in caves. That's it! But it doesn't get better from there. In general, we think of them as brutes without much to offer. However, according
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