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Thursday, 10 August 2017 17:23

News From Around the World - EME NEWS (AUG 09, 2017)

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QUOTE OF THE DAY "I found Viking helmet in the crowd and it just felt right. I thought it was suitable for the occasion. It is cold and wet like Norway so I guess it suited me,"
Karsten Warholm.

If you’re a year-round trail runner, you already know that summer is a great time for getting off the pavement and onto the trails. If you’re thinking of trying the trails for the fi rst time or getting out there more frequently to change up your routine (less impact, more interesting scenery, and often cooler temps)—our new batch of Trail shoes has a little something foreveryone.In our reviews, shoes designated as “Responsive Trail“ have more protection, so they weigh more, while Performance Trail shoes pare back the extras to save weight and are a great choice for racing or if you’re a lightweight runner yourself.

Wednesday, 09 August 2017 21:19

Sports Nutrition: Why Am I Not Getting Leaner?

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By Nancy Clark, MS, RD, CSSD
“I religiously track my food and exercise. I’m eating 1,300 calories (the number my tracker told me to eat if I want to lose 2 pounds a week). I’ve been following a strict diet and the scale hasn’t budged. My friends tell me I am eating too little. I think I must be eating too much because I am not losing weight. I feel so confused… What am I doing wrong?”
I often hear this complaint from weight conscious runners who don’t know if they are eating too much or too little. They believe fat loss is mathematical. Running 500 calories more, or eating 500 calories less, per day will result in losing 1 pound (3,500 calories) of fat per week, correct? Not always. Weight reduction is not as mathematical as we would like it to be.
Wednesday, 09 August 2017 18:52

Video: London 2017 World Championships: Day 6 Preview

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 RunBlogRun Coverage:
10 Days of London Previews

2017 IAAF World Outdoor Championships
Day 6 Preview

Wednesday, 09 August 2017 18:17

Kendricks takes PV gold; Jager snares steeple bronze

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LONDON -- Sam Kendrickswent from Olympic silver medalist to World Championships gold medalist Tuesday evening, winning the men’s pole vault at Queen Elizabeth Stadium to close out competition for the night. With a bronze medal from Evan Jagerin the steeplechase - the first medal by an American in that discipline - Team USATF brought its medal tally to 11 through five days of competition.

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