April 16 2018
The pressure to succeed got the best of me—until I learned to race without fear.
Tips and research you need to know!
Let’s settle this once and for all: Your tness level is way more important than your weight. Working toward a stronger self is always healthier mentally and emotionally than aiming for a thinner body—and research now suggests that it’s more important for your long-term health as well. In the book Big Fat Lies, exercise physiologist Glenn A. Gaesser, Ph.D., cites proof that overweight fit people are less likely to die from chronic disease than those who are thin and out of shape. Remember, no matter what your body size—keep on running!