Having asthma is not a reason to stop running, writes Susan Lacke.
Being a good training partner comes with following a set of rules, writes Susan Lacke.
Susan Lacke learns the average runner can still become a fast runner—even if they lack the genes.
Susan Lacke takes a trip down memory lane with a run through her old college campus.
Why should I need to pick a group to identify myself with, anyway?
Go forth and be muddy, my friends. The Endurance Gods doth command.
Comparing yourself to others is never a good thing, writes Susan Lacke.
Breasts can be a drag for many female runners. It’s hard to know just what to do with them.
Susan Lacke has a bone to pick with selfie-taking endurance athletes.
Susan Lacke’s best running memories do not contain race numbers and setting PRs.