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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. Workout of the Week: 10K Overdistance Intervals
2. Paula Findlay’s winter run tips
3. The Stranger-Than-Fiction Way to Cheat Fatigue
4. High Country Running: Playing the percentages with altitude training
5. Confidence: Half mental, half physical
6. How Uncertainty in Workouts Can Help Your Racing
Mimic the unpredictability of competitive situations during practice.
7. Supercompensate to break through your run plateau
8. The Tech that Will Predict (and Prevent) Your Next Running Injury
As sensor technology improves and becomes more practical, so does the ability of coaches and athletes to collect—and react to—more nuanced data.
9. Newer foam rollers benefit muscles, not hair
10. Overtraining – One Train You Want to Miss
11. Pre-Run Ibuprofen Won't Improve Performance If You're Already Sore
Study: No difference in time to exhaustion between runners who did and didn't take ibuprofen.
12. Are Ice Baths A Waste Of Time?
13. How Weight Training Can Help You Keep the Weight Off
14. Debut marathons: Going the distance
Working towards a spring marathon? Now is the time to make sure that the experience will be a good one and Dr Jason Karp offers 10 simple strategies to help you on your way.
15. This Week in Running For the Week of January 25, 2015
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