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Pain-Free Running, Part 2: Strength - Huffington Post

Pain-Free Running, Part 2: Strength - Huffington Post | Distance Running | Scoop.it
Pain-Free Running, Part 2: StrengthHuffington PostOne thing's for sure, when it comes to going the distance in anything (including next month's New York City Marathon), strength is super important.
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Science of Running: How to Run: Running with proper biomechanics

Science of Running: How to Run: Running with proper biomechanics | Distance Running | Scoop.it

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How Exercise Can Jog the Memory

How Exercise Can Jog the Memory | Distance Running | Scoop.it
People who exercised regularly and on the day of testing did better on memory tests and were less anxious than their more sedentary peers. But a gene that controls production of a certain protein may determine who benefits from exercise.

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Nicole's curator insight, March 5, 2013 11:02 PM

This will be a great article to help us with our subtopic of mental health.

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Teen runs length of NZ in 34 days

Teen runs length of NZ in 34 days | Distance Running | Scoop.it
A 19-year-old from the Hutt Valley has experienced New Zealand in a way few others can claim - running the 2200km length of the country in only 34 days.

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Do you have the body type to run a marathon?

Do you have the body type to run a marathon? | Distance Running | Scoop.it

There’s a reason why all the great racers stand about 5-foot-7 and weigh about 140 pounds (Do you have the body type to run a marathon http://t.co/aSVYspO via @globeandmail ...


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Vibram FiveFingers Bikila Running Shoes - Women's

Vibram FiveFingers Bikila Running Shoes - Women's | Distance Running | Scoop.it

Free Shipping - Embrace the freedom of barefoot running in the Vibram FiveFingers Bikila running shoes featuring grippy, flexible Vibram rubber soles and a secure, lightweight fit.


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Running Performance and Training Intensity

Running Performance  and Training Intensity | Distance Running | Scoop.it

Running Performance and Training Intensity - Intensity is the key to becoming a better and stronger runner. However most runners don't have a clue what intensity is and its link to improving performance.


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The Marathon des Sables

The Marathon des Sables | Distance Running | Scoop.it

Since 1986, some 12,000 people from around the world have gathered in the Sahara to compete in what is often called the hardest foot race on Earth. "Race is a silly word for this. It's not a race, it's a war.


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Are you running too much?

Are you running too much? | Distance Running | Scoop.it
You train hard with the best of intentions, but too much running can actually lead to a drop in performance.

 

Overtraining symptoms.


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How To Run Right

How To Run Right | Distance Running | Scoop.it

How to run primer from colourful muse at brain pickings. There is method in the movement yet the cardinal concern being acclimatizing, adaption and comfort (the last factor being of greatest importance)


"You've been doing it wrong -- 5 do's and don'ts"

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Cracking Myths About Drinking Water [Infographic]

Cracking Myths About Drinking Water [Infographic] | Distance Running | Scoop.it
Let us start cracking myths about what water is really good for. Let's save people by educating ourselves about what's good and bad about water in general.

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Strides - What are they? Find out how to Stride from Professional Running Coaches.

Strides - What are they? Find out how to Stride from Professional Running Coaches. | Distance Running | Scoop.it
Strides is a term used in running training. Strides are often used in warm ups to prepare for a training session or reps, or to practice good running technique.

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Mythbusting: Running A Mile Always Burns The Same Calories | Sweat Science

Mythbusting: Running A Mile Always Burns The Same Calories | Sweat Science | Distance Running | Scoop.it
Running a mile burns the same number of calories no matter how fast you run, according to experts. But that doesn't apply to very fast running.

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Your Ultra-Training Bag of Tricks: Recovery

Your Ultra-Training Bag of Tricks: Recovery | Distance Running | Scoop.it

Common complaints include: ruptured muscle fiber, inflammation and soreness, stress hormone elevation and disruption, a suppressed immune system, connective tissue wear and tear, fatigue, irritability, loss of appetite, weight loss, fever,...


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Why dickheads don't run

Why dickheads don't run | Distance Running | Scoop.it
Why dickheads don't run...

 

PM - I don't know if this it ture or not, but the comments make for an interesting read and offer some other perspectives. :-)


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Jogging to music? Unplug for a safer workout

Jogging to music? Unplug for a safer workout | Distance Running | Scoop.it

Distracted exercising may come with risks similar to those of distracted driving: Last year, for the first time in four years, pedestrian deaths rose — experts are blaming our beloved, never-leave-home-without-'em gadgets.


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Erico Caperuto's curator insight, January 22, 2013 11:35 AM

Eu mesmo não saio de casa sem o ipod...

Victor De Melo Gomes's curator insight, April 16, 2014 1:41 PM

música? é um dos meus substratos ! movido pela música 

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Is Marathon Training An Excuse To Pig Out? | Competitor.com

Is Marathon Training An Excuse To Pig Out? | Competitor.com | Distance Running | Scoop.it

According to an article in The Globe and Mail, not necessarily. (Is Marathon Training An Excuse To Pig Out?


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Tips for Running in the Rain

Tips for Running in the Rain | Distance Running | Scoop.it
Spring brings the promise of milder weather, but it also usually means more rain. Rainy weather doesn't mean you have to take your runs (RT @ifivek: April showers bring May flowers, but rain can put a damper on outdoor runs.

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TEASER MDS 2013 - Marathon des sables

MDS 2013 / Teaser...

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The Counterintuitive Physics of Tarzan Swings

The Counterintuitive Physics of Tarzan Swings | Distance Running | Scoop.it
When Tarzan leaps from a swinging rope, when should he let go to jump furthest?

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Seth Dixon's comment, September 10, 2012 1:12 PM
I was just on a Tarzan swing on the Merrimack River in New Hampshire and was pondering these very questions. Thanks for posting the link.
Marty Roddy's curator insight, October 23, 2013 10:26 PM

exercise nerd heaven

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Chasing down a better way to run

Chasing down a better way to run | Distance Running | Scoop.it
From pondering prehistoric man to employing high-tech 3-D imaging, Harvard researchers are leaving no shoe unturned to discover why we run, and how we can do it better.
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