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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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Does where you train for a marathon have anything to do with how well you’ll do in your race? Maybe, maybe not. You can train as hard as you can set ambitious goals, follow a smart training plan, develop an effective fueling plan and execute a great taper period, yet...

source: Competitor

It’s easier said than done — especially for data nerds — but effort-based pacing ensures you’ll perform your best on the given day. If you look at an image of Joan Benoit Samuelson winning the first women’s Olympic marathon in Los Angeles in...

source: Runner's World

Drinking warm milk before going to bed has long been recommended as an aid to a better night’s sleep. Preceding the milk with resistance exercise could also lead to recovering more quickly from that day’s training, suggests a study that will be published in...

source: Runner's World

Exercising with unusual vigor while you are enraged or emotionally distraught could be dangerous for your heart, according to a cautionary new study of the types of events that may trigger heart attacks. The results indicate that, individually, both strenuous workouts and...

source: The New York Times

You probably already know about the upcoming feature film “Patriots Day,” due in December. It’s about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and stars Mark Wahlberg, J.K. Simmons, Michelle Monaghan, Kevin Bacon and John Goodman. Oh, and Vincent Curatola —...

source: The Boston Globe

That popular daily target of 10,000 steps is a worthwhile goal, but a new study suggests that if you find that unattainable, don't despair — a smaller number, especially at moderate or greater intensity, can lead to health benefits...

source: Oregon State University via ScienceDaily


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