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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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A few years ago, a team of researchers combed through four decades of training studies to determine the most effective type of interval workout. The sweet spot for boosting aerobic fitness, they determined, was repeats that lasted three to five minutes each. So it was a...

source: Runner's World

“Being injured sucks,” says world-class endurance athlete Amelia Boone, who, after winning four consecutive obstacle-course-racing world championships, from 2012 to 2015, suffered two successive stress fractures — one in her femur and then her sacrum —...

source: Outside Magazine

Similar to training, recovery from the marathon is as much an art form as it is science. Our unique physiologies determine how we each will recover post marathon. Different race day scenarios also play a part. The three primary physiological components to recovery are muscular...

source: Competitor

By crossing the finish line in Springfield, Vermont, on Tuesday, 14-year-old Nikolas Toocheck accomplished something that few others have – he completed a three-year quest to run a marathon in all 50 states. Even cooler? The teen...

source: USA Today

It’s no secret that exercise can produce powerful mood-boosting endorphins. But do you really need to break a sweat to reap those benefits? A new study in the Journal of Health Psychology says no: Simply getting up and moving...

source: Health

Replacing unhealthy snacks with fruit when you’re at work is a great way to keep in shape and to make sure you avoid that afternoon slump. The sugars contained in soda and candy bars give you an immediate energy rush, but can quickly lead to a crash that has you reaching...

source: D Magazine

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