Running is a safe form of exercise to do during the pandemic, but how is it different from running on any other day?
The more and more we learn about COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, how it spreads and manifests in the body—the more questions we have.
And with nearly everyone in the country being ordered to stay at home with the exception of grocery shopping, essential work, and outdoor exercise, we know the best practices around running are a bit fuzzy right now. That’s why we reached out to a handful of health professionals across the country to help us answer the questions we’re hearing most.
I’m feeling more fatigued and short of breath on my run than usual. How can I tell if this is an early symptom of COVID-19 or a manifestation of anxiety?
This is a really tricky one to answer, especially when the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is…