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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Today's Digest:
1. What my own "tempo runs" typically looked like
2. New prison marathon documentary chronicles San Quentin’s 1,000 Mile Club
3. GPS Watch? No Thanks. Top Runners Are Ditching the Data.
4. Past Athletic Performance Doesn’t Guarantee Future Results 
5. What parents and guardians need to know to create positive youth sport experiences
6. How understanding your motivation can drive your performance
7. The Future of Fitness Wearables: How Whoop, Oura, Garmin Are Innovating
8. Samsung and the University of Michigan team up on smartwatch technology for runners
9. When Your Workout Stops Working
10. The Age of Data Overload—What’s True and What’s Actually Worth Knowing?
11.Learn more about recovery with heart rate variability (HRV)
12. Parity Announces Parity Locker, An Immersive E-Commerce Platform to Help Close the Gender Income Gap in Pro Sports and Create Unprecedented Fan-Athlete Connections
13. What is a healthy heart rate when running?
14. How To Measure VO2 Max And Why It’s Important
15. Do You Need a Multivitamin?

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