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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. Customize Your HIIT Workout Based on Your Goals
2. David Epstein on All Things Performance, Drive, Passion, And Range
3. Testosterone limits for female athletes not backed by science, say academics
Rules by IAAF would require some female track runners to lower their testosterone levels to compete.
4. Recognizing and Managing the Impact of Heart Rate Variations on Zone-Specific Training
5. Inspired by the New York City Half Marathon? Experts Weigh in on Staying Injury-Free While You Train
6. Real men donít do yoga
7. Why Lifting Weights Can Be So Potent for Aging Well
People who discovered that they enjoyed and felt capable of completing a weight-training session subsequently joined a new gym and showed up for workouts.
8. How exercise may help keep food cravings in check
9. Triathlete Magazine Releases Its 2018 Audience Study to the Endurance Sports Industry
10. 13 Running Workouts to Help You Crush Any Race
You can use these running workouts to prep for a mile run up to a marathon, or just to get outside and go.
11. How hot yoga can help marathon runners
12. 4 Training Mistakes Most Marathoners Make
13. Implications of Low Energy Availability for Male Cyclists
14. How to avoid overtraining and burnout in sport, work and life
15. The Right Diet for a Runner Is the One That Works for You
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