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Hard endurance training can disrupt immune system

Posted by: pshields on Wednesday, July 30, 2003 - 04:04 AM 1222 Reads
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Hard endurance training can disrupt immune system

BY DAVID QUICK

Of The Post and Courier Staff

Like many runners and triathletes, pilot Eric Parker has had his bouts with bugs before or after big race events.

Two days before last year's Ironman in Lake Placid, NY, he suffered from a fever, nausea and stomach cramps. And following two marathons, Myrtle Beach and Kiawah Island, he suffered from bad colds.





Breaking Through the Wall

Posted by: pshields on Tuesday, July 29, 2003 - 04:01 AM 1080 Reads
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Breaking Through the Wall

by Dave Kuehls

For most runners, the last 10-K of a marathon is also the toughest. These strategies will help you break through to the finish li

Just a 10-K to go? For marathoners, that phrase is both a blessing and a curse. It means you're almost there: only 6.2 miles to the finish. But it also means the toughest part is yet to come.





Shoe Reviews

Posted by: pshields on Sunday, July 27, 2003 - 04:09 AM 1479 Reads
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Shoe Reviews

It's been said a million times: "The only really important piece of equipment you need is the right running shoe." Make that a million and one. And here's where you can read our in-depth reviews of the newest and best running shoes.





Radical Theory Suggests Athletes Train Their Brains

Posted by: pshields on Friday, July 25, 2003 - 04:06 AM 1242 Reads
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Radical Theory Suggests Athletes Train Their Brains

July 20, 2003
Posted to the web July 21, 2003
Claire Keeton
Johannesburg

SOUTH Africa's top sports scientists, led by Professor Tim Noakes, are taking on scientific orthodoxy with a radical theory that in physical competition the brain is more important than physical strength.





Strokes to beat the heat

Posted by: pshields on Wednesday, July 23, 2003 - 09:40 AM 1433 Reads
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Strokes to beat the heat

Exercise your options during summer's hottest days

By Debra Melani, Rocky Mountain News
July 22, 2003

Runners darting back and forth across the streets as if they're lost or confused. Cyclists suddenly pitching their bikes and diving into a reservoir.

Are sizzling temperatures driving outdoor exercisers mad?

The heat might be maddening, but instead of making people crazy when they work out, it's inspiring creative thinking. Runners are zigzagging in search of shade. Cyclists are planning their routes near water holes for quick mid-ride plunges.





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The Runner's Guide to Low-fat Living

Posted by: pshields on Tuesday, July 22, 2003 - 04:04 AM 1296 Reads
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The Runner's Guide to Low-fat Living

by Adam Bean

Improving your diet is easier than you think. Here's a simple plan to get you started

In the early days of the running boom, runners didn't pay much attention to the foods they ate. As John L. Parker, Jr., once wrote: "If the furnace is hot enough, it will burn anything." While there's some truth to Parker's words, the last 20 years have taught us a sobering lesson: No one's immune to weight gain and the health risks that come with it--not even runners.





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VO2 Max July 2003

Posted by: pshields on Monday, July 21, 2003 - 04:06 AM 1595 Reads
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Triathlon Style Cross Training

Posted by: pshields on Sunday, July 20, 2003 - 04:10 AM 1265 Reads
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Triathlon Style Cross Training

(Monday, April 28, 2003)

It can stop you getting injured and, who knows, might even help you to win. Cross training, the use of a different method of training to your normal activity, has been around for years. For example, rowers have not only used weight training as an alternative mode of exercise to improve performances at the regatta but also employ endurance activities off the water, such as running and cycling, to complement their normal programme. Similarly, swimmers use land training to help their in-water performance on race day. More recently, cross training has gathered pace because of the greater interest in multi-disciplinary sports such as quadrathlons, triathlons and biathlons. Here you have to train using a variety of exercise modes or you will simply not be training according to the demands of your event.





Utahns increase running, including marathon training

Posted by: pshields on Saturday, July 19, 2003 - 04:07 AM 1466 Reads
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Utahns increase running, including marathon training

by: Sarah Chamberlin, NewsNet Staff Writer - 7 Jul 2003

Last year in the United States, 450,000 people completed a marathon. While the idea of running 26.2 miles may intimidate the majority, many local college students find themselves caught in the marathon mania.





Running 3 times a week

Posted by: pshields on Friday, July 18, 2003 - 04:26 AM 6543 Reads
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