It's certainly an admirable feat to run 26.2 miles, but it's not for everyone. And since we're in the thick of prime marathon season—is anyone else's Facebook feed full of finisher's medals and PR times and charity donation pleas?!—we thought we might throw a bone the way of the non-marathoners. Hey, it's okay if you don't want to run a marathon. In fact, science may even be on your side. Here are 25 very sound reasons not to run.
| Nov 08, 2013
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