3-time Olympian Craig Virgin reflects on the U.S. Marathon Olympic Trails held in Los Angeles on February 13. Top finishers shown above (Shalane Flanagan not pictured).
As we head into spring, you may think you no longer risk getting the flu. Think again! The CDC is still reporting new cases each day. And if you are battling flu symptoms, it is advised you carefully review the ingredients of any multi-symptom OTC medications you are taking. Many include acetaminophen which, if taken in large amounts, can cause liver damage. Also, have you ever thought about how posture affects running performance? It can impact your finishing time in a big way! Learn more about keeping your body safe, healthy, and performing at its best by reading 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
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Article by: ARA Staff
A fall leads to a win. But one runner was out of this world. "British astronaut Tim Peake ran the 26.2 miles harnessed to a treadmill aboard the International Space Station, with a simulation of the route through London's streets playing on an iPad. The 44-year-old Peake finished in 3 hours and 35 minutes, 20 minutes slower than when the former British Army helicopter test pilot ran the course in 1999." Read More
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