Kim Cowart

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There are a lot of reasons to run, but sometimes the better choice is not to run.
The older I get the less I know. There are a few things about running and myself I know for sure, though.
There's nothing better than being so engrossed in a podcast that I don't notice the miles tick by on a run. Here are a few of my current favorites that have me running mile after mile.
The old saying goes, "Be careful what you wish for." I've been wishing for a reason not to race lately. Now that I have one, I wish I didn't.
After years of substance abuse and struggling with depression, Utah mom Robyn Moore found strength in running and triathlons.
To honor his wife Anne, who died of a brain aneurysm in 2015, Jeff Jeffries and Anne's brother Tony completed their first Ironman 70.3 in St. George, dubbing their personal race the Iron Anne.
Running may make me a better mom, but my mom has made me a better runner.
Boston is special to most people for the obvious reasons: high qualifying standards, historic course, the celebration. But Boston is more than that to me.
Not only is spring a time of renewal, it's the time of year my own desire to run and improve is rejuvenated.
Even fitness professionals experience workout burnout once in awhile. Here are a few tips that help me stay motivated to work out when I'd rather stay in bed.