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Runners’ hearts work harder than swimmers’ hearts: study

Runners’ hearts work harder than swimmers’ hearts: study

Runners’ hearts work harder than swimmers’ hearts: study Everyone knows that athletes’ hearts are bigger and pump more efficiently than those of sedentary people. But a recent Canadian study reveals subtle differences in the hearts of athletes training in different sports. In very simple terms, it suggests that elite runners’ …

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WATCH: Barkley Marathons teaser – Canadian Running Magazine

watch barkley marathons teaser canadian running magazine - WATCH: Barkley Marathons teaser - Canadian Running Magazine

WATCH: Barkley Marathons teaser – Canadian Running Magazine Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently, you’ve heard of the Barkley Marathons. The endurance event is a combination of running, orienteering, perseverance, and grit. Runners must complete five 20-mile loops while collecting particular pages from 14 books hidden throughout the …

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Alberta’s trail running clubs – Canadian Running Magazine

Alberta’s trail running clubs – Canadian Running Magazine

Alberta’s trail running clubs – Canadian Running Magazine Hold your horses! (Literally, as we are now entering cowboy country.) Whether you’re exploring the Rockies or the prairies, we guarantee you will find beautiful trails and positive people in Alberta. Trail running clubs bring like-minded people together and provide fun opportunities …

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Garmin Connect IQ Summit Day 2 Announcements

Garmin Connect IQ Summit Day 2 Announcements

Garmin Connect IQ Summit Day 2 Announcements We’re onto the second day of announcements here at the Garmin Connect IQ Summit. The list from Day 1 is over on my previous post, though as noted the majority of those were developer focused (except the new iOS/Android Connect IQ apps, which …

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Life Lately – Carrots ‘N’ Cake

Life Lately – Carrots ‘N’ Cake

Life Lately – Carrots ‘N’ Cake Heyyyyy, friends! It’s almost Friday and Spring break (for Mal) is just around the corner! We’re excited to take a family trip to New York City this weekend to visit friends and our vacation can’t come soon enough! Woohoo! (I stumbled upon this photo …

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Opera prize winner credits running for her success

Opera prize winner credits running for her success

Opera prize winner credits running for her success In 2015 she ran the Pittsburgh Marathon 13 hours after earning rave reviews as Marie in Donizetti’s La Fille du Regiment with the Pittsburgh Opera. Earlier this week, while performing in Brussels, Lisette Oropesa, 35, learned that she would receive this year’s …

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