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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. Fast After 40: Master Your Strength Training
2. A Surprising Way to Reduce Your Risk of Running Injuries
3. The Burn-Bracketed MP Run
An efficient marathon-taper workout that provides confidence in all systems.
4. Running does not lead to knee osteoarthritis, may protect people from developing disease, experts say
5. The Easy-Day Pace
Are you running your easy miles too fast--or too slow?
6. Your Brain on Altitude- How altitude can cause or prevent depression?
7. Symmetrical Knees Predict Sprinting Speed
New research not only shows the predictive power of symmetry for athletic achievement but is a marker for overall genetic advantage.
8. Using Ultrasound To Treat Injuries
9. Your Fastest Weight
Reaching your ideal weight can make you fitter, faster and more resilient to wear and tear. Here's how to find that magic number and the healthiest way to get there.
10. Strong Ankles Fight Off Age-Related Slowdown?
It's not about the knees or hips, Finnish researchers suggest.
11. What to Eat Before Your Run
12. Does Exercise Really Make Us Smarter?
13. Jack Wilmore an Appreciation
14. Dr. Gabe Mirkin's Fitness and Health e-Zine
15. This Week in Running
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