Susan Lacke just can't sit still and take her doctor's advice.
Susan Lacke ponders this question: What is running without superstitions?
Walker’s Manly Exercises, published in 1855, provides amusing tips on running.
Susan Lacke likes to give advice to fellow athletes—but they never seem to take it well.
Susan Lacke learned a valuable lesson seven months after brushing off a sprained ankle.
Susan Lacke discovers her aches and pains are not rooted in her knees.
What should an athlete do when his or her race is cancelled? Susan Lacke weighs in.
Susan Lacke tries to make some sense of all the products on the market available to runners.
Susan Lacke thinks It's time for female runners to take a stand against catcalls, harassment--or worse.
If you’re going to take after a bird, be more like Woodsy Owl. Give a hoot, don’t pollute.