We expect our sitting Presidents to weigh in on trade policy or a plan to fix Medicare. But in a seven-page article in next month's Runner's World, cover boy George W. Bush offers the particulars of his fitness routine: 3-mile runs six days a week, plus strengthening and stretching exercises. He says the workouts provide much-needed stress relief and urges Americans to follow his example. The magazine even critiques Bush's running form (nice knee lift but chin too high). The article continues a storied sporting tradition of athletic counsel from the Oval Office.