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    On August 13, 2015

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    Is Cycling Good for Your Joints?

    Whether you are using a stationary bike, pedaling around the city, or hitting the trails, cycling is a great exercise to help you get your blood pumping, burn some calories, and work out some of those major muscles. Cycling is considered a low impact exercise, and is often a go-to alternative for those individuals who suffer from hip and knee...
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    On August 11, 2015

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    Risky Running: A Look at the 7 Most Common Running Injuries [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Risky Running: A Look at the 7 Most Common Running Injuries [INFOGRAPHIC]
    65% of all runners are injured within a given year. On average, every 100 hours of running = 1 running injury. The average runner loses 5-10% of their year’s workouts due to injury.
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    On July 20, 2015

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    Injinji Tested: Paleo Smoked Salmon Egg Bake

    Running, training, lifting weights, cycling, sweating. Working out takes time and dedication outside and in the gym. Putting your body through an intense workout alone may not yield the optimal results or split time because performance training is more than just the hours spent training. A key item to consider is the foods you consume and how it contributes to your overall health.
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    On July 9, 2015

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    How do you train for a marathon?

    Making the decision to run a marathon is a huge physical, mental, and time commitment. As race day approaches, you will find yourself spending more of your “free time” hitting the pavement than relaxing. Many marathoners will tell you that once you’ve crossed that first finish line, there is really no turning back. Marathon running is addictive and has a...
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    On July 2, 2015

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    Sick of the Gym? Outdoor Exercise Options

    We all know that a consistent exercise regimen is a vital part of a healthy lifestyle, but spending day after day in a stuffy gym can leave you feeling a little lackluster about your routine. In addition, gym memberships can cut into your finances and leave you feeling like your attendance is more of a financial obligation than a healthy...
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    On June 23, 2015

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    How Mike Wardian has been preparing for Western States

    Ultrarunner and Team Injinji member Mike Wardian recently had a chance to talk to Greg McMillan, Founder of McMillan Running Company, about his training for the Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run. ↳ How has your day to day training changed as you prepare for the Western States 100 mile run? I have kept a lot...
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    On June 22, 2015

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    Does Listening to Music Help or Hurt My Running?

    The mental fortitude that accompanies running is sometimes stronger than the physical. If you are trying to decide if music will help or hurt your running routine, take a look at a few of the ways it could potentially do both.
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    On June 3, 2015

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    How to Pick Out the Right Running Shoes

    Finding the right shoes to run or exercise in is important to the success of any training plan. Without the proper support, athletes can face discomfort and even injuries in the knees, hips, and feet.
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    On May 20, 2015

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    How to Keep Your Feet Healthy

    Our feet are perhaps the most underrated part of our bodies. They carry our weight and get us from one place to the next–but how much attention do we really give them?
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    On May 11, 2015

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    Benefits of Spreading Your Toes

    “Create fluffy toes, spreading your toes into the earth" is something I constantly say to my yoga students weather they are in mountain pose (Tadasana) or Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II). Sometimes I am unsure if they truly know why it is so important to do so and I wanted to write an article about it. Here are some reasons: ...
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