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The Start of Emilie's Run - June, 2012

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Friday's Digest topics:

1. Do Your Tattoos Really Affect How Much You Sweat?
2. How to truly integrate recovery into your training plan
3. When it comes to the health benefits of sunlight, accept no substitute
4. What Motivates Successful Athletes
5. Is a Sauna Session Really As Good As Exercise for Your Body?
New research suggests your body may feel like you’ve worked out—but how much does that help, really?
6. Yes, Listening to Music During Your Workout Really Does Help You Perform Better
7. The Right Way to Train for Downhill Running
8. Mental Distress: Can exercise compete with meds and talk therapy?
9. An Elite Athlete’s Real-Life Training Plan
The surprise winner of last year’s Leadville 100 ultramarathon credits the performance-enhancing power of parenthood.
10. 7 Essential Stretches with Austin Martinez
11. How Music Can Rev Up a High-Intensity Workout
Volunteers reported enjoying intense exercise most when upbeat music was playing, compared with when they heard a podcast or nothing.
12. How to Handle Running in the Heat This Summer
As temperatures rise, running doesn’t need to be a total sufferfest. Here’s how to deal.
13.. The Recovery I Needed
14. Workout of the Week: Special Ks
Add some spice to your weekly speed workout with these fun—and effective—variations on 1,000m repeats.
15. Running With My Mom

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