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Tight calf muscles: The Achilles' heel of new runners

Tight, painful and crampy calf muscles are a problem that will affect the majority of runners at some point. I get so many questions and comments on this subject, that I really feel it's something that should be addressed more. Running is a great form of exercise for most...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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MetroPCS Dallas Marathon women’s champion Shitaye Gemechu laughingly said there was a good reason for her sluggish — at least by her standards — time. “My watch that I pace by,” said the 34-year-old Ethiopian, pulling up the sleeve of her warm-up...

source: The Dallas Morning News

You are only as old as you feel, as the saying goes, and new research suggests that feeling younger than you are could have health benefits. A study has found that people who felt younger than their actual age had a lower death rate than...

source: Medical News Today

Some of the foods listed in here may be brand new to you and some may be foods you've eaten for years. One thing is certain though: regardless of how new, old or trendy these foods may become in the next year, all of them will help to improve your health. After all, good...

source: The Huffington Post

Sure, you may know all the usual tips and tricks for eating healthfully: Use smaller plates to help with portion sizes, keep your snacks hidden in the pantry so you’re less likely to eat them just because they’re there, the...

source: Yahoo Health

We get it, you’re busy. But it turns out you don’t need very much time in the gym to improve your health. In fact, it might only take one — yes one — high intensity minute of exercise to do the trick. New research published in the journal PLOS One...

source: TIME

Say you've lost weight since this time last year. Where did your former pounds go? If you're like the majority of physicians, personal trainers and dietitians surveyed in a recent study, you'll answer that the fat you lost was converted to heat or energy. The truth, according...

source: Runner's World


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