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The sweet spot for workout quantity

Data show that New Years resolutions start to fizzle during the third week in January. Many workout resolutions have started to waver now that we've coasted into February. How can we find that healthy balance between enough and too much exercise? A new report published...

source: By Natalie Rodriguez
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In 2013, Lloyd Hansen won national championships in his 65–69 age division in cross country, track and road racing, and he set national-class PRs from 5K (18:08) to the half marathon (1:22:25). Just over a decade ago, he was happy to complete a 5K with his daughter...

source: Running Times

Running remains one of the best and fastest ways to burn calories — you can get a lot of fat-burning rewards as well as cardiovascular, muscular, tendon and bone-building benefits from running consistently. It's one of the main reasons the sport has so many beginners.

source: Active

Most runners know that to get faster, their workouts have to gradually get more difficult over the course of a training cycle. This concept is called progression and helps runners achieve new levels of fitness as their bodies adapt to higher workloads. But many runners...

source: Competitor

The number of fueling options has skyrocketed. Years ago, it was common to see only water on race courses, even during marathons. Then sports drinks came onto the scene and provided energy, electrolytes, and fluid, all in one product. Not much later, gels made their debut,...

source: Runner's World

We know that food affects the body — but could it just as powerfully impact the mind? While the role of diet and nutrition in our physical health is undeniable, the influence of dietary factors on mental health has been less...

source: The Huffington Post

A targeted approach that overrides muscles' intrinsic energy efficiency and allows muscle to burn more energy, even during low to moderate exercise, has been developed by scientists. The new findings might provide the basis of a therapy that could help people get a head...

source: ScienceDaily

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