In his second Blog for American Running, Olympic athlete Craig Virgin gives his take on the 2015 National High School Cross Country Championships.
As obesity rates in the U.S. climbed over recent years so did the alarming incidence of diabetes. Now there is good news--while there is still a vast number of people with the disease, the numbers are steadily declining. Find out the interesting reasons why! Find out, too, how regular walking can be just as beneficial as running and can even reduce risk of certain cancers. You can read more about these topics plus get helpful advice on injury treatment and rehabilitation in the current issue of Running & FitNews!
Q:Nausea During Distance Events?
A:The fact that these symptoms occur well into these extended events suggests that dehydration or electrolyte imbalance is affecting peristalsis Read More
Jun 30 1:08 p.m.
Article by: ARA Staff
"'The risks associated with dehydration are small,' Dr. James Winger, a sports medicine physician at Loyola University Medical Center, said in a press release. 'No one has died on sports fields from dehydration, and the adverse effects of mild dehydration are questionable. But athletes, on rare occasions, have died from overhydration.'" Read More
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