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Natural Tips For Flawless and Beautiful Skin

While we all want to love skin, most of us do not realize it’s one of our body biggest organs! From head to toe, skin is the first place our bodies …

The Myth of Adversity and How to Reach the Next Level | Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

Life to me has often been very unusual. On one hand I would compare myself to others who were better off in areas I wanted to strive for. And on the …

The Girl Who Turned to Bone

Unexpected discoveries in the quest to cure an extraordinary skeletal condition show how medically relevant rare diseases can be.<p>When Jeannie Peeper was born in 1958, there was only one thing amiss: her big toes were short and crooked. Doctors fitted her with toe braces and sent her home. Two …

What's the Difference Between Fartlek, Tempo, and Interval Runs?

Here's a quick breakdown of these three major types of speed workouts.<p><i>Hi Jenny, I just read your article,</i> <i>'</i><i>What Should I Do During the Off Season</i><i>?'. Very helpful, thanks! Could you briefly explain to me the difference between fartlek, tempo, and interval runs? Thanks! Mary</i><p>Hi, Mary. Thanks for the …

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Dogs and Running: Q&A With a Dog

In honor of Dog Bite Prevention Week -- and because, why not? -- let's talk canines.<p>Readers! Sit! Stay!<p>Today's topic is dogs, for the following four reasons:<p>May 19-25 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week.<br>• I recently received an email from Team ASPCA titled "Tips for Celebrating National Running Day …

Etiquette for Runners

It's National Etiquette Week, you big dummy. So let's review the basics.<p>HEY! HEY! HEYYYY! YOU!<p>Did you know it's National Etiquette Week? Well, it is, stupid.<p>[<i>loud belch</i>]<p>Ha, ha. Just a little etiquette-related humor there. I wasn't really screaming at you, and I do not think you're stupid. I did …

Runner's World

Disney Princess Makeovers - When Being The Fairest Of Them All Isn't Enough

Disney movies of yore follow a pretty standard formula – a beautiful princess waits for her Prince Charming to rescue her. It was a refreshing change …

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Injured? Here's How To Stay Sharp

<i>Follow these suggestions so you can return from your injury strong and confident.</i><p>Cross-training is the immediate prescription when a runner winds up …

Weight loss - The Running Bug

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The Body Shop: Happy Endings

Use these simple standing stretches after a run to help jump-start recovery.

How Muscles Affect Stride Rate

Future research may help save quads during downhill miles.<p>In the the-more-we-understand-running, the faster-we’ll-be-able-to-run category, a new study in the <i>Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology</i> dug into the role muscles play in determining optimal stride rate, or how fast your legs turn over …

Dealing With Injuries: Exercise Guidelines

<b>As a longtime runner, I’ve had my fair share of injuries. I can stay away from running while I heal, but it drives me crazy to sit on the couch! What</b> …

Risk Factors for Injury in New Runners

Study identifies an easygoing personality as a leading risk factor.<p>If you're a new runner who is easygoing, overweight and 55 years old, you might get injured more easily than a fellow new runner who is an uptight, lean, 35-year-old, according to a study published in the <i>Orthopaedic Journal of</i> …

5 Exercises That'll Make You Faster

These moves target the muscles needed for your fastest, strongest, best trail running outings ever, whether you're racing or just wanting to feel better on the trail.<p>Trail running enlists different muscles than road running, which creates different needs for strengthening. The uneven nature of a …

Girl Problems: Answers To Delicate Questions

<i>Your period doesn’t have to be a pain! Ob-gyn to Olympians Robin Barrett, M.D., answers your most delicate questions.</i><p><b>What should I do if I’m …

Extend Yourself

Double your endurance in just six weeks.<p>Imagine running twice as far as you do now. Mission impossible? It's easier than you think. And there's good reason to try. Adding more miles can boost your stamina, help manage weight, and help you get more comfortable on the road. Here's how.<p><b>Shoot For …

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Midrun Mishaps

Conquer common problems when they strike.<p>You're in the middle of an important training run or race when a cramp, blister, or slippery banana peel strikes. Here's how to run around these setbacks.<p><b>Oh No! Muscle Cramp</b><b><br>Recovery Plan:</b> Stop running and apply pressure to the muscle. Press firmly for 15 …

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