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Science & Ultrarunning – 6% Brain Loss For Trans-Europe Runners 2012

Science & Ultrarunning – 6% Brain Loss For Trans-Europe Runners 2012

Substantial and reversible brain gray matter reduction but no acute brain lesions in ultramarathon runners: experience from the TransEurope-FootRace Project Wolfgang Freund, Sonja Faust, Frank Birklein, Christian Gaser, Arthur P… Read more »

Edema in Multiday Runners – Some Thoughts

Edema in Multiday Runners – Some Thoughts

Yanoo.net is a great website. I have never met JB who is also the Race Director of “Trance Gaule” as its so cutely described in this little gem recently posted… Read more »

What Are The Best Types of Food to Eat While Running?

What Are The Best Types of Food to Eat While Running?

Any suggestions on the best types of food to eat while running? It depends how long you are running for and what your effort level is. If we are talking… Read more »

Barefoot Running Research

Barefoot Running Research

New research supports the idea that barefoot running form offers less impact on the heel as the forefoot is better suited to absorb shock. A new paper published this week… Read more »

Running Shoes: Keep it Simple – Vibram Five Fingers and Huarache Sandals

Running Shoes: Keep it Simple – Vibram Five Fingers and Huarache Sandals

Hot topic of the moment: Christopher Mcdougall’s recent book Born To Run, which I am currently reading, has stirred up a lot of dormant energy with extra focus on footwear,… Read more »

Recommendations: 50 Mile All Night Run & First 100 Miler

Recommendations: 50 Mile All Night Run & First 100 Miler

Hello fellow ultrarunners. I have some big plans coming up & am looking for some recommendations.   I am planning on running an all night 50 mile run in celebration… Read more »

Gastro-Intestinal problems in Endurance Training and Competition? Article by William Sichel

Gastro-Intestinal problems in Endurance Training and Competition? Article by William Sichel

Gastro-Intestinal problems in Endurance Training and Competition? By William Sichel It’s well known that large numbers of athletes suffer some form of gastro-intestinal (GI) disturbance during endurance events. In some… Read more »

Anger slows healing process after injury

Anger slows healing process after injury

Posted on Yahoo: PARIS (AFP) – The adage that laughter is the best medicine has been backed by an unusual investigation which says that people who seethe with anger take… Read more »

Legendary Blisters – “That’s what I’m talking About”

Legendary Blisters – “That’s what I’m talking About”

Even the professionals are impressed by Craig Thornley’s classic blister. In an emergency use the pin from your race number to quickly puncture and drain the blister and make sure… Read more »

Taking Care Of Blisters

Taking Care Of Blisters

Posted on the Ultralist: Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 07:34:03 -0800 From: Tom Buckley Subject: Consequences of blisters I just received a newsletter from our local running club and the… Read more »

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