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The Michelin-starred chef on running to Benny Hill theme music, indulging in chocolate after a race and on being the only kid who actually enjoyed cross country running<p><b>Hi Michel! You’ve got quite some form when it comes to marathons, haven’t you?</b> I love marathons! I love long-distance running so …

Marathons

Garmin Forerunner 310XT Waterproof Running GPS w/ USB Stick + Heart Rate Monitor $140 (Reg. $170)

BuyDig offers the Garmin Forerunner 310XT Waterproof Running GPS w/ USB Antenna Stick and Heart Rate Monitor for $169.99. Coupon code <b>SPRINGRUN</b> brings the final price down to <b>$139.99 shipped</b>. Today’s deal represents a savings of nearly 20% off the regular price, $29 better than Amazon and the lowest …

Why Activity Trackers Could Be Running Out Of Steps

A tiny chip in the iPhone automatically and accurately tracks your fitness — no wearable needed. That could mean trouble for Fitbit and Jawbone.<p>Lark launched in 2010 as a wearables company, with smart wristbands that fed data to fitness- and sleep-coaching apps.<p>But three years later, Lark changed …

When Does Eating Healthy Become Unhealthy?

For some cyclists, a commitment to a healthy diet can become an eating disorder<p>Filling your grocery cart with organic vegetables and whole grains is a smart way to stay fit and healthy. Yet for some cyclists, a dedication to eating right can cross a line into a disorder called orthorexia.
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Six Years Later: The Legacy of 'Born to Run'

<i>Chris McDougall’s “Born to Run” was published in May 2009.</i><p>Journalist Christopher McDougall’s best-selling book “Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, …

Daniel Lieberman, 10 Years After “Born to Run”

The Harvard evolutionary biologist whose work helped inspire the barefoot running movement talks about his own marathoning and what runners should take from science.<p>Harvard professor Daniel Lieberman is an evolutionary biologist whose 2004 study on human evolution, “Endurance running and the …

Ultramarathon Running: How A Vegan Diet Helped Me Run 100 Miles

I run hundred-mile races. I eat only plants and vegetables. Each of those sentences might shock some people. Read together, they might shock a whole lot of people.<p>What might shock them even more is to learn that I decided--with quite a few concerns--to change my diet just a few months before the …

Running and the Tranverse Abdominis Muscle

In the last two weeks, we’ve talked a lot about core strength for runners: hips, abs, and back muscles. But there’s one more aspect of “core …

East Africans dominate distance running, so why don’t events in east Africa dominate the race calendar? One woman explains the challenges and opportunities of setting up the a marathon in Uganda<p>Those of us that have run, or plan to run, a 26.2 mile race might consider doing so in Amsterdam, Paris, …

Africa

Why Runners Need Strength Training (And How to Get Started)

<b>There are two types of runners: those who just run and those who are well-balanced athletes</b>.<p>Those in the latter group cross-train and perform …

Samsung: We’re Not Spying On You Through TVs, Promise

To anyone concerned about Samsung smart TVs surveilling you in your house, the company has one message for you: Settle down, people.<p>Samsung is not spying on you, it promises—even if the language in the electronics giant’s privacy policy seems disconcerting.<p>A report from The Daily Beast last weekend …

TV white space will connect the internet of things

White spaces in the radio spectrum can now be used for anything from wireless flood defences to city-wide Wi-Fi. Services using the technology could …

Smart devices: Is privacy loss inevitable?

<b>People who use smart devices that monitor what they do will have to get used to giving up some privacy, warns a top technologist.</b><p>Prof Will Stewart of the Institution of Engineering and Technology said privacy loss was "intrinsic" to such gadgets.<p>His comments come after Samsung warned about a voice …

Uh-oh: Samsung smart TVs don't encrypt your captured voice data

Samsung does not encrypt voice recordings that are collected and transmitted by its smart TVs to a third party service, even though the company has claimed that it uses encryption to secure consumers’ personal information.<p>A week ago, the revelation that Samsung collects words spoken by consumers …

An Internet of Things that do what they're told

California's phone bricking bill seems to have reduced thefts in the short run, but at the cost of giving dirty cops and wily criminals the power to …

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From These Standout Business Ideas

You don't have to build a game-changing product or service to succeed. Here are a few standout ideas that illustrate important lessons for entrepreneurs.<p>Great business ideas are popping up everywhere these days, and innovation is the name of the game. My colleague, Jon Tota, and I talked recently …

Mozart on Creativity and the Ideation Process

“It is quite natural that people who really have something particular about them should be different from each other on the outside as well as on the inside.”<p>In 1945, French mathematician <b>Jacques Hadamard</b> set out to explore how mathematicians invent ideas in what would become <b>The Mathematician’s</b> …

How The Cloud And Virtualization Will Evolve in 2015

If you feel like developments in the world of cloud and virtualization are already happening at breakneck speed, prepare for it all to get much faster.<p>Companies are beginning to realize the potential of virtualization to replace the hardware and tools used to manage and secure networks, such as …

The Ideal Amount of Sleep for Each Age Group, According to the Experts

It seems like a question that's as old as time itself: "How much sleep do I really need?" The nonprofit National Sleep Foundation and a panel of 18 …

12 Best Foods To Boost Brain Power

We all know that the food we eat can affect our bodies. But, what about the greater impact food can have on the brain? An article written in Psychology Today discusses the mind-gut connection in relation to the immune system and how food can either prevent or cause certain sickness. We are …

Wellness

How to Organize Your Entire Life with Trello

Trello is an awesome project management tool that makes collaboration easy and, dare I say, even fun. But this visual list tool can do so much more, …

The Simple Trick To Productivity? Do One Thing At Once

Here’s a work scenario most of us are familiar with …<p>You’ve just settled down to the task you’re doing, when someone interrupts you and asks you to do something else instead.<p>So, you switch tasks and put aside whatever it was you were doing.<p>But how much has switching your attention in this way just …

Which Tool For Big Data: DIY Or Point And Shoot?

When it comes to digital photography, there are two basic approaches: point and shoot or do it yourself (DIY). Reflecting on these approaches, I find some similarity to selecting a tool for big data projects.<p>With point and shoot cameras, engineering is invested in features that enable users with …

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Naukowcy z University of Maryland, finansowani z pieniêdzy DARPA <b>w ramach projektu MSEE</b> (Mathematics of Sensing, Exploitation, and Execution), pracuj± …

Google Added A Puppy To Its Creepy Robot Family

Boston Dynamics has given its humanoid robot a terrifying—but cute—new best friend.<p>Spot is the latest effort from Boston Dynamics, the Google-owned robotics company known for creating the freaky humanoid robot Atlas and the four-legged automaton originally known as Big Dog. Announced via YouTube …