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How yoga therapy benefits athletes

Although the benefits of yoga have been and continue to be explored in terms of promoting all-around positive health, yoga therapy is emerging as a discipline in itself that could potentially have many benefits for athletes. Yoga therapy blends gentle yoga, breath work,...

source: By Dr. Shahla Khan
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In the throes of a marathon, you are very aware of the pain — from quivering calves to chafed skin to sore feet. But six months later, it appears marathoners can be quite forgetful. A new study published in the journal Memory may explain how limping runners in the...

source: Active

Hill training is important for a number of reasons. In a nutshell, hills are important because they create variety and intensity, which improves your endurance, anaerobic capacity, speed, power, running economy, and overall strength. For obvious reasons, hills increase...

source: Runner's World

The Great Wall Marathon — a grueling 26.2-mile race held almost entirely on the Great Wall of China — was held on May 17 in Tianjing, China. Since its inception in 1999, the field has grown steadily to a sold-out event with more than 2,500 runners from over 52...

source: Competitor

That is one of the questions NASA is trying to answer with one of its latest studies — and the answers may help keep us in shape on Earth, as well as in space. Even with regular exercise, astronauts who spend an extended period of time in space experience muscle weakening,...

source: ScienceDaily

Exercise may affect how and when we move, even when we aren’t exercising, according to a fascinating new study in mice. The findings suggest that, by influencing our built-in body clocks, exercise may help our bodies to recognize the optimal times we should be moving,...

source: The New York Times

Some people need music for a workout boost or a personal trainer urging them to work harder. Scott Gilroy finds motivation by pushing his limits with other people, whether it's with a partner in yoga or a group of 600 people doing sprints. One thing Gilroy regularly does...

source: The Wall Street Journal


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