Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Can "no pain, no gain" offer shared benefits, or is it a short-sighted approach to sustainability?
I am not a runner. Never have been, never will be. Despite this fact, I continue to engage in the sport and deceive myself into believing it's a good way to improve my health. Every time I jog over the Brooklyn Bridge or run through Prospect Park, I see "fast people." These are the "real" runners - I am just getting exercise.