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I run at least twice a week and walk almost every evening and do ab workouts...I used to weigh 150lbs until I was taken off of my A.D.D. medicine which helped control my hunger as well as help me pay attention. I've gained 41lbs in a year and I just
Part 2 The Second Installment on the Goods and Bads of Barefoot Running Monday, October 25, 2010 Forget barefoot running 75 percent of people in Santa Barbara who are running to get in shape should just stop running. Why? First and foremost, many
Monday October 25 2010 Muscle cramps are among the common causes of lower leg pain -- you feel a sudden, tight, intense ache. They are often caused by muscle fatigue, heat, or dehydration. Muscle cramps are more common among older people, endurance
A team of researchers and runners from the Heart and Stroke Foundation used data from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to find out what is going on in the athletes' hearts as the runners pounded out the 26 miles. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress: "
Experts said that prolonged wearing of flip-flops on hard flat surfaces can cause considerable foot and leg problems.In the United Kingdom,flip flops costs the National Health Services around 40 million pounds a year.About 200,000 people see their
Money often buys higher-quality goods, but not when it comes to running shoes. Over the last three decades running has exploded as a leisure sport...Sales of running shoes reached a record $2.36 billion in 2009, 60 percent more than a decade earlier.
The cooler weather beckons us back out of doors, away from our air-conditioned gyms and into the beauty of nature. Many people take advantage of the temperate weather at this time of year to start a running regimen. Running is highly effective for
Hours before beginning a final two-week drive toward the postseason, the Padres will announce today that they will not have Jerry Hairston Jr. available for the rest of the season. Hairston, whose versatility has been one of the keys to the Padres'
tool goes here Describing ChiRunning takes several books, DVDs, a website and countless testimonials. But the crux is this: Running doesn't have to hurt. "When I tell people about ChiRunning, they tell me their aches and pains," says Ed Paramo of
Trainers say preventing injuries is just as important as repairing them. Above, Nevada Union High School football trainer Kevin Ivey patches up a cut on Miners' quarterback Josiah Paye's elbow during Friday's game. Photo for The Union by John Hart