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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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7. Altitude Training Talk with Dr Philo Saunders
8. Training Together: Individualizing in a Group Setting
9. Six tips for reducing inflammation without drugs
10. Athlete Fatigue: A Holistic Approach - A closer look at the role of nutrition
11. Men, Is Exercise Putting a Damper on Your Sex Life?
12. Running After Baby: Postpartum Training Tips
13. Are the Dangers of Sitting Overhyped?
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14. Comebacks to Your Best Winter Running Excuses
Nice try. We've heard it all before.
15. Don't Tell Me What Strong Looks Like
For me, running is so much more than the pursuit of a "perfect body"
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