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My Theory of Running Relativity

Einstein was a very smart man. I don’t think he was a runner, though. If he was, he would have been able add a few modifications to his theory of relativity. 1,349 more words

That Runner's High..

If you’ve ever run or exercised for a prolonged period of time, you’ll have experienced what’s known as a runner’s high. For years scientists believed this euphoria feeling after a good long run was due to endorphins, but now we know it may be due to other chemicals called endocannabinoids as well! 471 more words

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NEW STUDY CONFIRMS: FARTS REALLY DO GIVE RUNNERS A ROCKET BOOST

BY ABE D. MUNN

AAS, NORWAY – A new study released from Washington State University’s Fanny S. Meller College of Proctology proves we were right all along: when you fart when running, it really… 400 more words

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SHOE ENTHUSIAST DESIGNING NEGATIVE DROP TECHNOLOGY

BY BILL CHAFEY

SANTA CLAUS, IN –

In a move that could prove to be a game changer in the running shoe world, runner  and running shoe enthusiast Troy Breining is in the preliminary stages of designing a shoe with a negative heel-to-toe differential. 402 more words

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NEW STUDY FINDS "RUNNER'S HIGH" ALSO ACHIEVED THROUGH VIGOROUS MASTURBATION

BY ANN KUHL

COLFAX, WA – A new study released this month from Washington State University’s Kardashian School of Masturbatory Sciences finally proves what people have suspected for decades: you don’t have to be a serious runner to experience that elusive “runner’s high” – just a chronic masturbator. 387 more words

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Tuesday February 3 - Day 479 - Running Science Shop Run

After discovering a new group run on Facebook the other day I decided to saddle up and take part in it this morning.

It was the… 561 more words

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Cracking the Code on Sweat Rates

If you have been doing triathlons for any amount of time, I suspect you do a good job of sweating. Additionally, I’m sure you know that if you want to successfully complete longer training sessions and races you must avoid or delay dehydration caused by fluid losses from the body. 596 more words

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