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Sports Science Update: Static Stretching Before Running

New study suggests what’s true for non-runners isn’t true for runners.

Sports Science Update: It’s Okay To Lose Weight (During A Run)

A new study shows that weight loss is not equal to water loss during exercise.

Sports Science Update: Drinking By Thirst Works

Runners drink enough when they drink by feel.

Sports Science Update: The Supersize Me Study

A month of pigging out could result in a lifetime of weight gain. Written by: Matt Fitzgerald If you haven’t seen it, you’ve at least

Sports Science Update: Don’t Use Arch Height To Select Running Shoes

Think you need a motion control running shoe because you have flat feet? Think again. Written by: Matt Fitzgerald As you probably know,

Sports Science Update: Menthol Swilling Improves Exercise Performance In The Heat

New study provides further proof that endurance fatigue is regulated by the brain. Past research by Toby Mundel at Massey University in New

Sports Science Update: So Much For The Footprint Test

A new study suggests you can’t reduce your running injury risk by matching your footprint to your arch. For many years, running shoe

Sports Science Update: Pre-Race Breakfast Doesn’t Matter

As long as you consume enough carbs during the race, even skipping breakfast altogether won’t slow you down. There is some evidence

Sports Science Update: Heart Rate Recovery Indicates Fitness, Fatigue

A new study suggests monitoring your heart rate recovery day to day may be worthwhile. Heart rate recovery refers to how long it takes for

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