Running One Hour Adds Seven Hours to Your Life
By Elizabeth Grimsley/Active/com
Boy, do we have great news for runners! According to a new study based off research done by the Cooper Institute in Dallas, runners tend to live about three years longer than non-runners--that's about seven additional hours for every one hour of running.
Whether you're fast or slow, on a trail or a treadmill, training or simply taking some time out for a leisurely jog, it all counts toward your ultimate pursuit of immortality.
But that begs the question: What should you do with all this extra time on your hands?
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