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BY: Katie Hurst
Can we all agree to check that there are no private body parts showing the next time we leave the house for a workout? That and 3 other fitness fashion choices that should be outlawed...
BY: Katie Hurst
Hundreds of Charleston "rogue runners" are playing hooky from work today in a "black ops marathon" that omits red tape, adds three bridges, and includes plenty of beer on Folly
BY: Katie Hurst
Recommended reading for anyone taking on the bridge tomorrow—we loved getting new Bridge Run Hall of Fame inductee Rives Poe's takes on what to do, what not to do, even how to eat...
BY: Katie Hurst
Ever wonder who those folks in the first Bridge Run corral are? You know, the ones lining up with the Kenyans? I caught up with one of them, Rives Poe, to find out what super powers make her so speedy
BY: Katie Hurst
January's over—forget the all-fit, no-fun fitness goals and lighten up. Here's five raucous, party races in Charleston this spring... We're talking beer at the finish and glow-in-the-dark courses
BY: Katie Hurst
My husband grows out a set of Duck Dynasty-worthy whiskers and gets praised, while I get judged and questioned. Since when is the hair on my man’s face a reflection on ME?
BY: Katie Hurst
The Charleston Marathon is here! If you're running your first one this weekend, I've got a few unexpected tips for you—from one rookie to another
BY: Katie Hurst
What part of town do you call home? West Trashy? Mount Plastic? My upcoming move from JI to West Ash has me paying mind to the stereotypes (or are they judgements?) we in the Lowcountry give our hoods
BY: Katie Hurst
There have been a few times I thought I might die while running, but I didn’t think it might literally take years off my life. A new study argues running might not be as healthy as we think
BY: Katie Hurst
Blow off steam this season with some fun-loving 5Ks—there are plenty going on here in town. The races are like a party! (except for that you're running...)
BY: Katie Hurst
Sure, that extra hour of sleep last weekend was great. But with the end of daylight savings has come the end of my evening runs. In their place: the dreaded early-a.m. workout. Here's how I'm coping
BY: Katie Hurst
Somehow, my mom and I went from watching Star Wars together to teaming up for nine milers... Family just has a way of nudging you to do more than you thought you could
BY: Katie Hurst
Beach season might be coming to a close, but not for runners. Here're some things to consider—wind, dead jellyfish, sand dunes, dogs—to best enjoy a fall jog along your favorite shore
BY: Katie Hurst
Could YOU run the Ravenel without your tunes? When Beyonce abruptly cuts off, you might find a few other senses cut on and get you over that bridge...
BY: Katie Hurst
Is this prime running weather or what? Which begs the question: are you a casual, fairweather runner or do you lace up those shoes as part of a something bigger—a way of life? Find out here
BY: Katie Hurst
It's fall in Charleston; thus the perfect time to run outdoors. So turn off the TV, step off the treadmill, and head outside already! Here are my five favorite running routes around town


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