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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. 3 Secrets of Legendary Coach Arthur Lydiard 
2. Do You Burn Sugar or Fat?
3. When exercise is unhealthy for the heart: How heart problems and sudden cardiac death occur with endurance exercise
4. The Truth About Plantar Fasciitis
5. The Great Fitness Debate: Is it true that you can exercise too much?
6. Stress Fracture Treatment And Prevention
7. Counting Your Bites for Weight Loss
8. Dr. Gabe Mirkin's Fitness and Health e-Zine
9. Hormone Levels and Strength Training
To put on muscle, do you need a post-workout hormone surge?
10.  Train Slower, Race Faster:
11. What the barefoot running craze has done to the shoe industry
12. The Movement-Endurance-Strength-Speed Continuum
13. 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.
14. The "Trail Is Better Than Pavement" Lie
You've probably been taught to run on soft surfaces whenever possible. Truth is, it doesn't make a difference.
15. This Week in Running  - Week Ending November 22nd

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