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  • How to prevent running injuries

    How to prevent running injuries

    Running injuries are extremely common among runners of all experience levels. Some statistics estimate that as many as 90 percent of runners miss training time due to an injury each year.

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  • Is it time to trade in your running shoes?

    Is it time to trade in your running shoes?

    Running is a sport that requires little equipment, but a good pair of running shoes is a must. A well-fitting, comfortable pair of shoes can reduce injuries, prevent blisters and improve performance.

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  • 5 best hiking and biking trails in Dallas

    5 best hiking and biking trails in Dallas

    Dallas is more than just a concrete jungle. You don’t have to look far through the maze of skyscrapers, high rises and highways to find a wide-open space or wooded trail to soak in some nature while getting a little exercise.

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  • How Does Exercise Affect Sleep?

    How Does Exercise Affect Sleep?

    Having trouble falling asleep and staying asleep at night? Try exercise—just don’t expect to see improvements overnight.

    Research has long suggested the sleep benefits of exercise, but more recent studies reveal that you won’t see those benefits immediately. In a 16-week study, volunteers didn’t notice much improvement in their sleep patterns until the end of the 16 weeks. In the same way that getting good sleep depends on exercise, getting a good exercise in is often dependent on getting a good night’s sleep the night before.

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  • Top 10 Fitness Trends of 2015

    Top 10 Fitness Trends of 2015

    The American College of Sports Medicine predicted that bodyweight training would top the fitness trends of 2015, and an analysis of data from activity tracking devices and digital fitness apps by HIS Inc. confirms it. Americans are looking for back-to-basics fitness programs that focus on building strength and the importance of recovery.

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  • Top 5 Outdoor Workout Spots in Dallas

    Top 5 Outdoor Workout Spots in Dallas

    Working out is great for your health, whether you do it on a treadmill at the gym or prefer to be outside. However, there is some research to suggest that an outdoor workout has even more benefits than indoor exercise. Researchers have found that outdoor activities—including walking, running and biking—have a greater impact on mental health and stress reduction than indoor activities.

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  • Tennis Toe: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

    Tennis Toe: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

    Tennis toe is a painful sports-related injury you may not have heard of before. Also known as “runner’s toe,” tennis toe is a pooling of blood under the toenail called a subungual hematoma.

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  • The Truth About Shin Splints

    The Truth About Shin Splints

    Shin splints are a painful, exercise-related problem. Shin splints are defined as pain along the front and inner part of the leg—the shinbone (tibia). They are common among people who are physically active, particularly runners and dancers.

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  • Common fitness myths, debunked

    Common fitness myths, debunked

    With our New Year’s Resolutions still fresh in our minds, healthy diet in place (for now) and gym membership purchased (again), we’re all looking to shed that winter layer before the rapidly approaching spring season.

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  • Choosing The Right Pair Of Athletic Shoes

    Choosing The Right Pair Of Athletic Shoes

    One of the most important purchases you can make when it comes to injury prevention is a good pair of athletic shoes. Athletic and physical activities can generate a lot of force through the legs—as much as five times your body weight, in fact. If you play a sport, it’s crucial to find a pair of athletic shoes designated specifically for the sport you play. If you perform various exercises at a gym, you might benefit most from a cross training shoe.

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