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Posts tagged "running" within Fit Life

Slow Down: Study Says Moderate Exercise Keeps You Alive Longer

By ACE FITNESS on Thursday, June 7, 2012

If you’ve ever thought you had to run 20 miles to reap the benefits of your workout, think again. A new study conducted by researchers at University of South Carolina sifted through more than 30 years of health (and death) records of more than 52,000 Americans. What they found may surprise you.

Running in the Buff: A New Way to Ease Stress?

By ACE FITNESS on Thursday, May 31, 2012

Most everyone has heard that exercise can help control stress. The flood of endorphins and flash of neurotransmitters can make people less jittery and anxious, and even help them eat more nutritious food. But how about exercising naked?

Fitness on the Campaign Trail: Romney's Exercise and Nutrition Secrets

By ACE FITNESS on Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Being a contender in the presidential race means candidates undoubtedly face high stress and busy schedules. How does Mitt Romney ensure he stays fit through it all?

What headphones are best for exercising outdoors?

By Todd Galati on Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Selecting the right exercise equipment is important for comfort and function, and it can enhance the overall workout experience. Similar to selecting running shoes or a bicycle helmet, the best headphones for one person might be a poor choice for another. Read on to find out what factors you should consider before purchasing headphones for outdoor exercise.

How do I train for a half marathon?

By Marion Webb on Tuesday, February 2, 2010

There really is no ‘one’ best way to train for a half marathon, because a lot of your training will depend on multiple variables: Time to train, your running background (novice vs. experienced runner), current fitness level and mileage, willingness to commit to a training plan, and ability to learn to listen to your body.

Why would I start getting shin splints 6 months after I began running?

By Fabio Comana on Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Have you started a running program? Are you having any problems with pain in your shins? It might be shin splints. Find out what causes this common problem to occur and what you can do to alleviate it.

Can you offer some basic guidelines for avoiding overuse injuries associated with running?

By Jessica Matthews on Wednesday, September 16, 2009

If you’re like me (or Forrest Gump) you love to run. Let’s discuss ways to keep your mileage up while keeping your risk for overuse injuries down.