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Things I Found — 7/4/13

By | July 4, 2013 1:22 am | 0 Comments


Worth Reading * The New York Times’ Room For Debate: Addicted to Endorphins “Is all this emphasis on exercise healthy, or dangerously compulsive? Can exercise like running be addictive?”  Some interesting food for thought here. * A 12-Million Step Recovery Program. Don’t know how I missed this when it was published in the Washington Post… View Article

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Things I found — 6/6/13

By | June 6, 2013 1:48 am | 1 Comment


Worth Reading * Planning to run your first 6.2?  Here are 10 Tips for Running a 10K. * Runners, Yeah, we’re different. (I think I’ve done every one of these…you?) * 4 ways to stop side stitches (from * Tsk, tsk, NY Times, I think we all know the answer to this question: Is… View Article

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Things I found — 5/23/13

By | May 23, 2013 1:44 am | 0 Comments


Worth Reading * Dogs get high, too, but ferrets don’t. * 10 biggest running mistakes * Does it seem like it takes longer to recover the older you get? Um, it does. Here’s why. * For the ladies: Jezebel: If You Must Think About your Weight, Here Are 10 Things to Think About  Warning: there… View Article

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Things I found — 5/16/12

By | May 16, 2013 1:59 am | 0 Comments


 Worth Reading *Big Brother Fitbit Flex is watching tracking you. If you’re looking to get a handle on exactly how much exercise you’re getting every day and are considering strapping on a fitness tracker (think those armband things you wear that meausure your activities, calorie burn, sleep, etc.), word has it the new Fitbit Flex… View Article

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Things I found — 4/25/13

By | April 25, 2013 1:31 am | 0 Comments


Worth Reading * Do you feel like you’re faster in the dark? Here’s why. * A Penn State Behrend alumna shares her 2013 Boston Marathon story. * New York Times: A Moment from the Boston Marathon. Through audio, stories & photos, this interactive feature highlights as many people as the NYT could track down from… View Article

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