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Prefontaine Classic This Weekend

Jul 02 3:17 a.m.

"More than 40 Olympic or World championship gold medalists will go head-to-head at the IAAF Diamond League series event at Hayward Field." Read More

Are toning shoes for real?

Jun 30 6:58 a.m.

"EasyTone shoes generate 28% more muscle activity in the gluteus maximus muscles of test subjects and 11% more in their hamstrings and calves. (But expert) David Davidson ...says he's suspicious of any shoes that come with an instructional booklet and DVD." Read More

Weights or Cardio: Which is Best?

Jun 29 7:46 a.m.

"Weight training has a tendency to produce stiffening of the arteries (poor arterial compliance). ... balancing weight training with aerobic exercise, which tends to reduce arterial stiffening, seems like a good safeguard." Read More

Horse beats man (Video)

Jun 15 3:49 a.m.

Who's faster over a marathon, a man or a horse? In Wales, the question is not just idle bar chatter. Read More

History of the Shoe

Jun 10 9:51 a.m.

"While the shoe more closely resembles an L. L.Bean-type soft-soled walking shoe than anything by Jimmy Choo, “these were probably quite expensive shoes, made of leather, very high quality,” said one of the lead scientists" Read More

Can Pickle Juice Stop Muscle Cramps?

Jun 09 8:35 a.m.

"Within about 85 seconds, the men drinking pickle juice stopped cramping." Read More

NCAA Outdoor Track Championships

Jun 08 8:18 a.m.

"The Kentucky Derby has its mint juleps, and Wimbledon has its strawberries and cream, Brandt said. So, what else would Hayward Field have but a breakfast favorite made on waffle irons — the same appliance with which legendary UO track coach Bill Bowerman made some of the first Nike track shoes?" Read More

Does Exercise Equal More or Less Sleep?

Jun 03 9:24 a.m.

Does exercise improve sleep? It's all in your mind, according to a study...ommmmmm Read More

Your body on exercise

May 27 8:43 a.m.

"There were differences between changes in fit and less-fit people; the fitter folks, for example, exhibited signs of stepped-up fat metabolism and fewer changes associated with oxidative stress. And there were some differences in the changes produced by a short exercise session and the marathon." Read More

Less sugar = lower blood pressure

May 25 9:25 a.m.

"Although a number of people lost weight in the study -- which would account for some of the blood pressure-lowering effects -- cutting back on sweetened drinks also seemed to have an independent effect on blood pressure levels." Read More

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