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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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1. Lactate and Cancer Risk: The Role of Strenuous Exercise
2. Billion dollar race to break 2-hour marathon mark is afoot
3. Do Some People Not Respond to Exercise?
It depends on what you measure, a new study finds.
4. What I Learned from Weighing My Food for 4 Months
Among other things: potatoes are the shit, junk food is OK, and everything you know about serving sizes is wrong.
5. Lifting weights now can help you ace your golden years
6. Do You Really Need a Pre-Race Caffeine Detox?
New research challenges the conventional wisdom on getting a performance boost..
7. It's official: cycling is good for your sex life
3,000 cyclists surveyed for latest research on sexual function and cycling
8. Brain Game
9. Runners, Use Your Sunscreen!
10. 'Fat but fit is a big fat myth'
11. This Is The Right Way To Recover From A Marathon
12. What I Learned from a Year of Intermittent Fasting
It won't solve all your health problems, but it might make your life a bit better.
13. Science of Performance: How to Mentally Recover from an Injury
For an athlete, being injured is often harder psychologically than it is physically. But the elites have developed a few key tools to help stay happy and sane while healing.
14. How to Optimize Post-Workout Recovery When You Have to Perform Again Tomorrow
15. The Roger Bannister Effect: The Myth of the Psychological Breakthrough
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