Entries from October 2012

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Running Isn’t for Everyone

by Becca Starr I’ve heard talk of this thing called a runner’s high. I think I convinced myself I reached it once but, looking back, I think I was walking. My memories of running are painful ones and remind me that, at one point, I was both in middle school and playing softball. Swallowed one […]

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Listen to those Nagging Injuries

by Janice You’re decked out in your new, neon orange Nike Frees. You planned your pre-workout food to induce the perfect amount of energy, sans food baby in your belly. Swoosh after swoosh, you’re practically floating down the sidewalk. Life is good. You’re ready to take on the world, one pavement block at a time. […]

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

The Fitness Myth

by Maren Hunsberger Until recently, being aware of my body and how it looks has been a constant source of anxiety for me. I’ve noticed the same preoccupation in my friends:  constantly worrying about how we look, how other people think we look, if we’re attractive. In high school our bodies changed and suddenly we […]