2.Food Explorer David Fairchild Brought Quinoa, Mangoes and More to the U.S.
3.Surviving the Race from Hell
4.Helping to End Homelessness Through Running
5.ASMR as Anxiety Relief
6.For 27-Time Hopi High Cross-Country Champs, Running Is Tradition
7.The Serious Business of Laughter Yoga
8.Running Backwards, Moving Forward
9.Helping the Homeless Get Back on Their Feet
10.A School to Nurture LA’s Homeless Youth
11.Street Corner Symphonies
12.In Denver, Fighting Homelessness at the Library
13.The Homeless Man Who Inspired a Town to Help Him
14.The Brotherly Love That Conquers Triathlons
15.A Man, A Van, A Plan: Albuquerque’s Fight Against Homelessness
16.The Man Behind the Most Grueling Footrace on Earth
17.Running With Epilepsy
18.The Reason Britain Loves Tea
19.The World’s Most Dangerous Cheese Gets Its Zest From Maggots
21.Adding a Mexican Touch to Southern Cuisine
22.The Most Beautiful Fruits and Vegetables You’ve Never Seen
23.Seoul: Fish Cakes
24.How “The Blind Cook” Christine Ha Became a Culinary Sensation
25.Vienna’s Veggie Orchestra Literally Plays with Food
Running can change everything: not just your fitness level and your emotional state, but the way you see yourself. More than a physical pursuit, it’s crucial to maintaining a sound mind and a sound body. When you’re at your lowest, it can remind you that small steps add up to miles. That’s the philosophy powering Back On My Feet, an organization that uses running to end homelessness and support the formerly homeless. For Kevin, running was a way to combat depression and anxiety, and with the guided runs and extensive support of Back on My Feet, he was able to overcome homelessness too.
This Great Big Story was made by ASICS.
To learn more about Back On My Feet visit https://www.backonmyfeet.org/.
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