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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. What will it take to break the 2-hour marathon?
2. Newly-Published Study Reinforces Efficacy of Hotshot In Preventing and Treating Muscle Cramps
3. This drink hopes to propel elite marathoners to the sub-two hour mark
4. Neal Henderson, Elite Coach on Meeting the Demand of Excellence
5. Get Faster with These Short-Rest Workouts
Abbreviated recovery periods may help you reap more benefits from certain training runs.
6. How to Avoid GI Distress When Running
There's something crucial missing from your race-day training, and it has nothing to do with mileage, time, or intervals.
7. Should 15,000 Steps a Day Be Our New Exercise Target?
8. 8 Things to Know About Running and Your Breasts
Strong support is key to happy miles.
9. Shalane Flanagan: Push Back Harder
10. 6 Ways Acupuncture Can Benefit Runners
11. How to Keep Your Maximum Heart Rate Up as You Age
12. Should you train with a cold?
13. Married to an Orthopedist: 3 Types of Running Injuries
14. Can Electric Brain Stimulation Boost Your Endurance?
A new review assesses evidence that "transcranial direct-current stimulation" can alter physical limits
15.  Breaking the Two-Hour Marathon Barrier
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