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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. Arthur Lydiard: The Father of Modern Training
2. The quest for the two-hour marathon
3. You Should Go Post-Workout Drinking with Your Friends More Often
Meeting up with your friends for a post-run drink could do a lot more good than you realize.
4. Canova 101
How training principles from one of the world's leading marathon coaches can make you a better runner,
5. Bertl Sumser: The Scientific Approach
6. Caffeinated gum is the latest energy booster in the athletic nutrition market
7. New skin patch that analyses sweat during exercise has been developed
8. Cooling Down With a Personal Sprinkler
Lowering your skin temperature may help you go faster; here's one (unusual) way to do it
9. How Income Inequality Is Slowing America Down
A new study found that our kids are among the least fit in the world—and our unequal income distribution likely has something to do with it.
10. Why Do I Gain Weight When I Exercise?
11. Study Indicates Higher Injury Rates For Athletes Who Specialize In One Sport
12. What is MAF Weight-Loss?
13. How to Embrace the Chill and Keep Running
4 strategies to help you quit worrying and learn to love the snow.
14. Kara Goucher’s Thoughtful Advice to Her Younger Self
15. This Week in Running  - Week Ending November 27th

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