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Running & FitNews - May/June 2013
Running & FitNews - May/June 2013

There is overwhelming support for runners with knee osteoarthritis to do recommended exercise protocols. Read about those recommendations, along with more information on overcoming knee pain in the "Clinic" section of this issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. Speaking of injuries, if you like to participate in obstacle racing, you can't miss the article on the Tough Mudder and similar events. Also in this issue are guidelines for knowing when to replace your running shoes, the latest findings on the health implications of eating red meat, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - March/April 2013
Running & FitNews - March/April 2013

The smiling face of one our members in the post-finish line area of the Boston Marathon was indicative of how Monday, April 15th had gone. The weather had cooperated this year. There was no heat and humidity to scare off runners. It was a good day. All that changed at 2:50 pm. Read moving tributes in this issue by <i>Running & FitNews</i> Editor Jeff Venables and Executive Director Dave Watt, who was greeting members at the finish line when the twin bombs exploded. Also included in this issue is a review of a study on the effects of statins on the kidneys, weight training suggestions to improve performance, a variety of injury-related recommendations from sports medicine experts, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - January/February 2013
Running & FitNews - January/February 2013

This issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i> contains a feature article on a promising new way to detect cancer cells in the body through the examination of debris shed by cancer cells. It also outlines new--and long overdue--FDA guidelines to ensure food safety, methods to improve running efficiency through arm swing mechanics, how to build your core muscles <i>without</i> having to do abdominal exercises, using the glycemic index in a more beneficial way, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - November/December 2012
Running & FitNews - November/December 2012

This issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i> describes promising results from efforts to combat childhood obesity in some major cities. It also discusses the role of inflammation in the body and more appropriate use of NSAIDs, using circadian rhythm to help with sleep patterns and improve workouts, battling boredom during treadmill runs with fun workouts, returning to running following an ankle sprain, treating persistent Achilles pain, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - September/October 2012
Running & FitNews - September/October 2012

This issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i> answers important questions such as should children run marathons? Or can the use of a common multivitamin reduce the risk of cancer, and what olive oils provide the greatest health benefits? In addition, you can improve your fall 10k races through sample training schedules from Cool Running and the Boston Athletic Association, learn about the basic components of Chi Running, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - July/August 2012
Running & FitNews - July/August 2012

Are you a vegan or vegetarian? This issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i> helps you learn how to get adequate iron for your active lifestyle. Or, perhaps, you've got a hilly race coming up. Read about tips for mastering the downhill run while reducing risk of injury. You can also read about recommended apps and devices for runners and bikers, how to decipher the facts about gluten sensitivity, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - May/June 2012
Running & FitNews - May/June 2012

This information-packed issue examines recent research on increased cardiovascular risk for endurance athletes, the validity of claims made by a popular energy drink, the promising use of tart cherry juice for enhanced recovery following tough workouts, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - March/April 2012
Running & FitNews - March/April 2012

The message that "Exercise is Medicine" is certainly evident in its role in preventing Parkinson's disease and hastening its development. Learn more in this issue. You can also read about marathon training from Olympic marathoner, coach, author, and exercise physiologist Pete Pfitzinger; achieving optimal performance through recovery; and a surprising nutrient-packed food. Go There

Running & FitNews - January/February 2012
Running & FitNews - January/February 2012

Did you know there are two kinds of fat cells? One is actually metabolically active and can help you burn more calories...learn more. Are you a heel striker when you run? Read tips for landing midfoot, and minimizing your injury risk. And once you've got your stride mastered, learn more about effective tempo and interval training. This, and more, is in the latest issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. Go There

Running & FitNews - November/December 2011
Running & FitNews - November/December 2011

The latest <i>Running & FitNews</i> provides you with some excellent reasons to exercise outdoors during the winter months. However, if you prefer to stay indoors, this issue also includes treadmill workouts bound to keep you motivated and in shape. Other articles include quadriceps exercises to help alleviate knee pain, new findings on exercise and depression, and more! Go There

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