Archived articles


Wearable tech
Watch me go
Published Jan 8, 2020
Do fitness trackers work? One runner steps into the world of wearable tech.
Man in motion
Published Spring 2018
Med student Jordan Tropf is really, really fast. As in fast enough to win marathons. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Health and fitness
Five startups picked for fast track
Published Sept 6, 2017
M-1 Ventures accelerator announces first cohort for 16-week program based in East Baltimore
Technology ventures
Health, fitness accelerator launches in East Baltimore
Published July 12, 2017
M-1 Ventures, which begins Sept. 5, will be based at FastForward East
Hopkins lends expertise to UA fitness apps
Published Jan 5, 2017
Hopkins, Under Armour announce collaboration designed to help athletes maintain and improve health, wellness, recovery
When the air is a playground
Published Summer 2016
The Aerial Circus Club hangs, spins, and twists on silks and rings for the most artistic of core workouts / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Fitness for less
Working out, reshaped
Published March 16, 2015
Team of student entrepreneurs bring social exercise to campus with ShapeU online tool
Test predicts risk of dying
Published March 3, 2015
Cardiologists devise formula that uses heart stress test results to estimate death risk over next decade / Hopkins Medicine
Workout wearable
Getting fit gets smarter
Published Jan 27, 2014
With Atlas, JHU alum Peter Li is poised to make a big splash in the wearable fitness tracker market
Long distance training
No pain, no shame
Published Fall 2013
Being pushed by a personal trainer might work for gym rats, but how can we support those who aren't already in shape? / Johns Hopkins Magazine