How to Stay Motivated to Workout as It Gets Colder

*By Jamie Vacca* When the weather is warmer, I know that I and the vast majority of my friends are more inclined to spend as much time outside as possible. Activities such as walking, running and biking are enjoyable, and we are all eager to take advantage of this time under the beating sun. In contrast, however, many of us tend to gravitate towards the … Continue reading How to Stay Motivated to Workout as It Gets Colder

My Reality of Over-Exertion: A Different Type of Self-Care

Running: a sport I decided to try because of the simple fact that I was awful at all the others. For a long time, running was a huge part of how I saw myself and how others saw me. Throughout all of high school, I ran almost every day, leaving Sundays as my only day off. The vigorous schedule came with the territory of being … Continue reading My Reality of Over-Exertion: A Different Type of Self-Care

How to Train for a Half Marathon With Your Best Friend

*Co-written by Emily Cooper and Gabi Falk* At college, we’re always busy whether we are doing homework, studying, or staring at our screens, so it’s important to find methods of de-stressing that work with your lifestyle. Many college students find themselves utilizing running as an outlet to disconnect, release stress, and clear their mind.  For the dedicated runners out there, you may find yourself wanting … Continue reading How to Train for a Half Marathon With Your Best Friend