Run for Your Life

24 Oct

woman runningBack in 1984, experts feared running to be a potentially harmful activity for those over the age of 50. Now, a 20-year Stanford University study suggests the opposite, reporting that running may promote a longer lifespan by delaying the early onset of cancers, neurological diseases, and infections, among other leading causes of death.

Are you ready to pick up the pace and slow down the aging process?

Here are the sites that can help you make the move from the sidewalk to the fast track:

Visit: Runner’s World For: Information that can take beginner’s to the next level.

You’ll also find:

Visit: About.com For: A concise yet comprehensive collection of information on how to run, nutrition for running, and road racing for beginners.

You’ll also find:

Visit: Cool Running For: A motivating introduction that addresses running’s physical and spiritual rewards.

You’ll also find:

Visit: Nike.com/running For: Tech-savvy folks seeking challenges, running plans, plus tools to track goals, mileage and calories-burned.*

You’ll also find:

* This site works with data obtained from your iPod. For more information on the Nike + iPod Sport Kit, check out nike.com.

Visit: Run the Planet For: A list of instructional, fictional, and documentary film reviews for your “off” days.

Titles you’ll find:

To read more about the Stanford study, visit the Stanford School of Medicine.

By Amy Zerello, first published on ReadersDigest.com

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2 Responses to “Run for Your Life”

  1. wartica October 24, 2012 at 11:02 am #

    I agree; running, and exercising of any form, should,and can, be enjoyed by people of all ages–this post just proves that point even more:))

    • amyzonline October 24, 2012 at 11:18 am #

      Thanks for the comment! It’s been so rainy here in NY and dark in the mornings, I have missed running, so I blogged about it!

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