I like my job, ok? But how do I get this job?
Wichita's First Professional Dog Runner
Forget dog walkers, a new profession that has popped up all over the united states has now made its way to Wichita. The Wichita Dog Runner claims with just a little extra exercise, your pup could be calmer and more obedient.
Josh Jewell is a local marathon runner and dog lover who has made it his mission to make Wichita pets a little healthier and a lot happier.
You've probably heard the saying, "Choose a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life." Josh Jewell found a way to combine two passions into one fast paced career.
"I barely consider it a job because I'd be running anyway," Jewell said.
Well, since Wichita apparently already has their dog-runner, I suppose I can move to Edson, Ks., and start my company there. It will obviously be called Ten-K-Nine. (Not pronounced "tech nine" ... but maybe Tech n9ne could be a celebrity spokesperson or something. Kansas City isn't too far away.)
Olympians Keflezighi, Hall and Flanagan Headline Rock 'n' Roll San Diego | Running USA
It's a star-studded field -- and a small Olympic preview -- at this weekend's Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon in San Diego:
The 2012 event will feature half of the six-member U.S. Olympic Marathon team to the same event less than two months before the London Games, securing the men's 1-2 finishers at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials - Meb Keflezighi (left, PhotoRun) and Ryan Hall, respectively - and the women's Olympic Marathon Trials winner Shalane Flanagan for Sunday's Half-Marathon.
Do Speedwork Now, Benefit Later
Don’t save speedwork for the few weeks before your race—prioritize it now for a boost later in the season.
Run Twice a Day With Help From Runner's World
How -- and why -- you should run twice a day to improve your performance.