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Activity/exercise: April 2010 Archives

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Benefits of walking or biking to work

From the CAM Report"Active" commuting (walking or biking) has many benefits, as reported in the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study.First, the details.    * 2364 adults participated.    * They recorded the time, distance, and mode of commuting (walking or biking) to work.    * These findings were compared to body weight and obesity, fitness, cardiovascular disease risk factors (blood pressure), and other measures (fasting lipid, glucose, and insulin levels).And, the results.    * 17%...

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Marathon Runners Should Pick Cherries for Speedy Recovery

Marathon Runners Should Pick Cherries for Speedy RecoveryScienceDaily (Apr. 3, 2010) -- Dr Glyn Howatson, exercise physiologist and Laboratory Director in the School of Psychology and Sports Sciences at Northumbria University, examined the properties of Montmorency cherries in a study that found that athletes who drank the juice recovered faster after Marathon running than a placebo controlled group.In the investigation, 20 marathon runners drank either a tart cherry blend juice or a placebo drink twice...

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Exercise Recovery

Exercise Recovery      the road to optimal sports performance by Dr. Christine Louden In years past, many of us were exposed to the "no pain, no gain" school of thought when it came to fitness and strength. Recently, though, research has shown that many of the performance gains to be made from workouts actually depend almost as much on successful recovery as on the intensity of the exercise. It turns out that recovery is the time when the...

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