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What’s the point? – Science of Running

            After grinding through those gut-wrenching 400-meter repeats or exhausting yourself in your most recent 10k race, there’s always that one thing left...
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Alexi Pappas and Mary Cain on the Importance of Running Friends

Alexi Pappas and Mary Cain on the Importance of Running Friends

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Welcome to the Running newsletter! Every Saturday morning, we email runners with news, advice and some motivation to help you get up and...
Why Power Posing Works? Exploring Social Psychology – Science of Running

Why Power Posing Works? Exploring Social Psychology – Science of Running

Why power posing works A motto I try to live by is: “Look the other way.” Whenever everyone reaches consensus or heads off in one...
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In 2010, my obsession with running form peaked. I started caring about things that I never thought of before, like running cadence, foot...
Best Electrolyte Powder | No Sugar, Low Sugar and High Sugar for Workouts

Best Electrolyte Powder | No Sugar, Low Sugar and High Sugar...

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