In an activity such as running, it’s expected that the runner will sweat. They may even get a little dirty if they’re running on trails. We often wonder why, then, do some people “dress to impress” for what should be a personally-focused activity?

If you're a jogger, you undoubtedly know the health benefits associated with running. Psychologically, you feel better. Physically, you start to tone up and look fit. But there are other benefits to running you might not have known, specifically with the knees.

Going for a run always seemed like such a great idea to me! The wind in my hair, the freedom to go wherever I want, the power surging through my legs and the happy glow afterwards knowing that I’d accomplished a workout with no need for a gym or equipment.

Why Do You Run?

By Katie Choma

Over the two and a half years that I've been running, not once have I been asked that question. Instead, I've heard a multitude of other things that left a lot to be desired.