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Running gait analysis: Not just about the feet

When you hear the words "running gait analysis," what do you think of? Most people will envision running on a treadmill in a store while your foot motion is then observed. And the point of this? To make sure you have the correct running shoes, of course. Words like overpronation...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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Scientists have studied the reduced-soreness phenomenon for decades, but they still can't figure out exactly why people feel less sore the second time around. What they do know is the immune system plays some role in how the muscle repairs...

source: ScienceDaily

People tend to overwork the muscles that they can see in the mirror — the chest, abs, arms and quads. These muscles usually get the most attention in a self-designed exercise routine, while your upper, mid, and low back areas are all too often neglected. The combination...

source: The Huffington Post

Nearly 20 million fitness trackers were sold last year. These digital devices – which track everything from heart-rate to the number of steps you take – are sold on the promise that they will help the owner lose weight and become fitter and happier. Unfortunately,...

source: Medical Xpress

Congratulations, fitness-resolution makers. According to some of the nation’s leading fitness chains, you folks who joined gyms during the January rush are still going in droves, making the next couple of days likely to be among the...

source: USA Today

About 30 to 40 percent of new runners develop shin splints; stay a part of the healthy majority by following these tips. Warm up properly to prepare your body for the demands of your workout and prevent injury. Try this dynamic warm up routine before you start running. Gradually...

source: Women's Running

Luke Humphrey writes: In researching treadmill running, I’ve come across three items where there has been an attempt at quantifying what an effort is based on the treadmill speed and grade. The first was simple: For every 1 percent increase in grade, your effort was...

source: Competitor

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