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Learn how walking and running have similar benefits

With the New Albany Walking Classic rapidly approaching, learn from the pros how walking has practically the same benefits as running.

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Danielle Orsini

For the past decade, the OSU Buckeye Transplant Center has taken an unusual - yet very whimsical - approaching at remembering organ transplants done by the university hospital. more

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New Albany Walking Classic founder, Phil Heit, talks about his goals and dreams for making the Walk into something more than just exercise more

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Tennis, cross-country, gymnastics, swimming, volleyball: what do these sports have in common? They’re non-contact sports that still provide all the same health benefits without encouraging physical collision between players. more

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Race walking is not only an Olympic sport but sport puts far less pressure on the knees than running, which allows athletes to participate in the sport for a much longer amount of time. Learn more about this sport from the pros. more

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Last year, the first-place winner in the New Albany Walking Classic women’s division was a 15-year-old high school student named Taylor Ewert. In preparation for this year’s Walk on Sunday, Sep. 9., learn some insightful tips from Ewert. more

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August 25, 2018