Running Everyday is a Good Habit

Most of the staff on NeoEndurance are runners, and we love to run like Forest Gump! But, it seems like a lot of people have different reasons for going on a jog. For me, it makes me feel awesome. The soreness in my legs and the stress in my bones make me feel like I've earned strength and stamina.

Do you know what it's like to run a 200-mile relay race with 11 other buddies? It's exhausting. It's brutal. It's challenging! But, more importantly, it's incredibly fun. Read how I trained for this event.

Do you find yourself looking for the next run? Trying to fit your schedule so you can squeeze in an afternoon jog? Well, you're definitely not alone. Read our top ten reasons why you might be a runner.

Five kilometers. 3.1 miles. If you were to ask the average non-runner whether they thought that running 3.1 miles was a lot, the answer will most likely be "heck yeah", "that's too far", "why would I want to run that much?"