Lundstrom quoted in NYT running article

Christopher Lundstrom, PhD, sport and exercise science lecturer and MEd director at the School of Kinesiology, was cited in an article, “How to Get Your Running in During the Holidays,” by the New York Times.

The article emphasizes the importance of stress-relieving activities during the holiday season, one of which is running. The key to a productive run while on vacation is scheduling your run. “Have a plan and identify ‘when is this actually going to happen,’” Dr. Lundstrom says. Running first thing in the morning is highly recommended and ensures it will actually get done, according to Dr. Lundstrom. If you are out of town, Lundstrom encourages runners to use their workout as a tourist opportunity to sightsee. “It’s the best way to get the lay of the land and see some different things.”