Category Archives: Running Research

Taking up Arms

A couple of months ago, the Journal of Experimental Biology published a study that looked at the energy cost of running with various different arm actions. (The metabolic cost of human running: is swinging the arms worth it?). The study’s … Continue reading

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Five Minutes a Day

One of the most reliable ways to fill the Health/Science section of the local newspaper is to report on research that finds a link between some specific activity and a longer life span. While it’s mildly interesting to point to … Continue reading

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