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Running is Green, Right?

Aug 02 5:03 a.m.

Is running Green? A runner muses. Read More

Heat doesn't stop fitness buffs

Jul 29 7:59 a.m.

The heat is on. How are those thick-skinned New Yorkers coping? Read More

With This Rinse, Performance Improves

Jul 26 8:06 a.m.

"Athletes can improve their performance in intense bouts of exercise, lasting an hour or so, if they merely rinse their mouths with a carbohydrate solution. They don’t even have to swallow it." Read More

Running gets second wind during recessio

Jul 23 5:31 a.m.

"When I finish a run, I feel like: Hey, I can do whatever I set my mind to. It doesn't matter what's coming. I'll be OK." Read More

Is the "right shoe for you" just BS?

Jul 21 8:48 a.m.

"Injury rates were high among all the runners, but they were highest among the soldiers who had received shoes designed specifically for their foot types. If anything, wearing the “right” shoes for their particular foot shape had increased trainees’ chances of being hurt." Read More

You're running, but are you cruisin'?

Jul 19 6:23 a.m.

"Jogging tracks and state-of-the-art fitness centres are standard on most big ships, but increasingly so are wellness education classes, metabolic testing and cutting edge fitness classes, from kettlebell workouts to TRX suspension training, which borrows technology from U.S. Navy Seals." Read More

The Men Who Stare at Screens

Jul 14 9 a.m.

"Regular workout sessions do not appear to fully undo the effects of prolonged sitting. 'There seem to be different pathways' involved in the beneficial physiological effects of exercising and the deleterious impacts of sitting..." Read More

Marathon car push?

Jul 13 6:44 a.m.

A Surrey man will push a car 26 miles for charity. "I've been doing a lot of squats, about 1,500 a session, and a fair amount of running." Read More

Your Brain on Exercise

Jul 09 9:19 a.m.

'...mice given access to running wheels had about 50 percent less BMP-related brain activity within a week" Read More

How to avoid heatstroke

Jul 08 9:34 a.m.

"With every 1 percent loss in body weight due to dehydration, the body's temperature rises a half-degree, Casa says." Read More

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