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Searing tofu and then stuffing it with a punchy pesto transforms it from ho-hum to yum. Besides, studies show that eating more plant-based protein at the expense of meat is a recipe for longevity. Using quick-cooking quinoa as a sidekick gives you more plant protein along with vital nutrients like magnesium, an often underconsumed mineral
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 5 Products We Love Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 5 Products We Love In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, these brands are giving back to foundations and other organizations that support breast cancer research and patient care. Handful Battle Cry Pink Sports Bra, $54 This Portland-based sports bra company is turning
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If the only thing you use a muffin pan for is to bake up a batch of, well, muffins, boy are you selling this versatile kitchen tool short. Whether you’re looking for make-ahead meal options to keep you sane on busy weeknights, want to spend less time in the kitchen putting a meal on the
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Your 2018 American Music Award Nominee Playlist Your 2018 American Music Award Nominee Playlist 2018 AMAs Playlist With the American Music Awards airing next week, it seems like an opportune time to preview a few of the top contenders. In spite of the award show’s name, the nominees are selected based on data collected by
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Want to improve your recovery and performance? Try compression wear. MR talked to Cindy Liu, General Manager of Merchandise – Compression at 2XU and James Broatch, Research Fellow at the Australian Institute of Sport, about just why you should dress to compress MR: How has technology moved on in compression wear? CL: Muscle support remains
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Eating Real Performance Foods by Jess Cerra – Women’s Running Eating Real Performance Foods by Jess Cerra – Women’s Running Sponsored Content / Jessica Cerra / Oct. 1, 2018 My paths into cycling, private catering, and entrepreneurship are far from typical and inseparably intertwined. Few, if any, people can say they have raced around the
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Short On Time It happens every year: As soon as the leaves change color, your schedule kicks into high gear. Whether it’s back-to-school, peak training for your fall marathon or a flood of deadlines at work, September can leave most of us feeling like there aren’t enough hours in a day. But small steps can
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NCAA runner turned high school coach Hillary Kigar has an answer for all things training and recovery. What’s the deal with recovery sandals—do I need them? After a hard effort, like a workout or a race, recovery is key. The sooner you can recover, the quicker you can be right back at it. Those days
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It goes by many names. Runner’s Gut, Gut Bombs, Gut Rot, among other lovely monikers. No matter what name you give it, though, the struggle is real. According to a 2009 study, up to 50 percent of runners have experienced the dreaded kicked-in-the-stomach feeling that accompanies a long or high-intensity run. Not only that, GI
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Janji W’s Compass Singlet In Las Caras De Carrera, $40 The eye-catching print of this shirt—the name of which means “faces of the race”—was designed by Bolivian artist Claudia Gorena, who aspired to capture the emotions involved in training and competing (including joy, suffering, ritual, drama, exhaustion, seriousness and silliness) with this design. Made of
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Saucony’s Breast Cancer Awareness Shoe By Delaney Mowers | Sep. 21, 2018 Photo of the Unity Kinvara 9 provided by Saucony. The Unity Kinvara 9 In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Saucony has joined the wave of companies that create special products in support and awareness of breast cancer research. Released earlier this
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Speed Workout Playlist Speed Workout Playlist Rock bands have generally disappeared from the cultural landscape. As I write this, there are just two bands classified as rock groups that appear on Billboard’s top 20 songs: 5 Seconds of Summer and Maroon 5. With tastes in recent years focusing on dance and rap tracks, tempos have
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Men’s Running in partnership with ashmei Be Cool In Wool – your chance to win some seriously cool ashmei run gear ashmei has long been a champion of the incredible performance benefits of Merino wool. This season, premium British run and cycle apparel brand has teamed up with The Woolmark Company to extol the virtues
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6 Nutrition Requirements For Women By Lauren Antonucci, R.D.N., C.S.S.D. | Sep. 20, 2018 Strong Like A Woman When we add exercise to already hectic lives, it becomes vital to meet our nutrient needs—especially for women, who have to pay attention to specific nutrition requirements in order to run and feel our best. Female runners
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NCAA Cross-Country Breakdown: 2018’s Strongest Teams NCAA Division 1’s Top Competitors For 2018 It’s officially fall, and that means cross-country season is underway. For high school-aged runners, the ultimate goal is to race at the state meet or, for some, at one of the national meets presented by Nike or Foot Locker. But for collegiate
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Beginner-Friendly Destination Races By Sarah Wassner Flynn | Sep. 18, 2018 Photo of the Divas Half Marathon by Katty Payne. Go There When Tammy Ebben decided to enter her first-ever marathon a little over a year ago, she had plenty of races to pick from. But instead of sticking to an event closer to her
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