Parkrun: Inspirational Last-Place Runner Goes Viral

An inspiring photograph of a woman celebrating crossing the finish line of a Parkrun has gone viral. Dawn Nisbet, 41, from Oldham in Greater Manchester finished last in the 5k run – ten minutes behind the other runners. But after 17 years of being inactive, Ms Nisbet said the picture shows “my joy and my […]

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Watch One of The Greatest Race Ever Run

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One of the greatest race ever run – Dave Wottle 1972 Olympic 800m Final Race Video Dave Wottle’s victory – frequently listed among the greatest races ever run. He came from the last place at the end of the first lap around the track to win gold. The man who came from nowhere to win […]

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Marathon Investigator Reveals How He Catches Cheaters

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4 Derek Murphy, the 46-year-old business analyst used to run marathons himself but he slacked off after starting a family. Now he chases cheaters — armed with race data, finish-line photos, anonymous tips and an algorithm. “I think most people aren’t aware of how much cheating goes on in marathons,” Murphy said. The rule-breakers generally […]

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Ice Cream Diet for Weight Loss

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Athletes in the 21st century usually stick to a strict diet throughout challenging tournaments to keep their body at optimal performance, but then again, Roger Federer isn’t like many others. The 35-year-old family man revealed his secret diet after defeating Tomas Berdych in straight sets. “I like my ice cream, I like my chocolate. That’s […]

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Is Forefoot Striking a Running Best Practice?

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Forefoot striking seems to be the current trend when discussing best practices for running style. But Ironman coach doesn’t agree especially for a distance runner or IRONMAN competitor. As per him, foot strike should change with speed and terrain: LSD (long, slow, distance) pace: Neutral or what is referred to as “mid-foot” is recommended Faster […]

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How to Prevent Peanut Allergies? Expert’s Advice

Allergies to peanut butter are common amongst children. Pediatricians and allergy experts once agreed that the best solution was to avoid peanuts altogether. Recent Research Findings But just as babies can be trained to recognize that hot stoves are dangerous, so too can their immune systems be educated to see peanut proteins as harmless rather […]

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To Burn More Calories At Work Do This

You already know that standing can reduce some of the harmful effects of too much sitting. But according to a recent study, you’ll get a bigger health boost if you focus not only on the number of hours you spend standing but on the number of times you stand up, as well. This study was conducted by […]

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The Best Revenge Body Ever – Inspirational Story

Isn’t body shaming everywhere? Yes. Even people close to you do that! Are you taking it silently? But some people take the route of a toned revenge body. Hayley Westoby, 25, from Sydney, Australia, ballooned to 119 kgs in her first year of university thanks to the student staples of booze and junk food. She […]

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The Best Advice You Can Get – Simplify the Run

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With all the advice out there on how to get faster, it’s hard to know where to start. Should you prioritize form changes, more frequency, mileage, or quality workouts? And when did run training become so complicated? IRONMAN Master Coach Lance Watson of LifeSport Coaching believes that you can simplify things and enjoy improvements at […]

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20 Foods That Contain NO Calories

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Health experts have identified super-healthy treats that supposedly take more energy to digest than they provide in calories. These food are generally plant-derived foods that are high in water content and rich in fibre. So you can lose weight by eating a lot of these zero calories foods. Here is a list of negative calories […]

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Kalki Koechlin Diet Plan and Tips

Kalki Koechlin Diet Plan and tips

Apart from being a great actress, Kalki Koechlin is much appreciated for her lean body. As per her “I am lucky that I have a good metabolism rate. If you are in a good, happy space, you are working hard and you are not overeating, then you get to eat everything you can as long as you […]

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Most Popular Songs to Work Out to, According to Spotify

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“Music can be a great motivator for working out, so long as it’s the right music,” says Spotify’s Trends Expert Shanon Cook. “Year after year, our listeners have made Eminem’s ‘Till I Collapse’ the most popular track to get sweaty to, so it’s pretty clear a message of endurance resonates with them.” Spotify has been tracking […]

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Tale of 10000 Calories-Consuming Homeless Man Weighing 147 Kg

Michael Bettis, a homeless man weighing 147 kg, who gorged on 10,000 calories a day has finally found love after making an incredible transformation. Here is his earlier 10,000 calories diet Morning: Breakfast at McDonalds – a value meal with a large coke, an additional sandwich, and cookies Snacks: Cake Lunch: Chinese buffet – three or […]

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85-Year-Old Marathoner’s Speed is a Surprise for Even Scientists

In October, at 85, Ed Whitlock set his latest distance-running record, completing the Toronto Waterfront Marathon in 3 hours 56 minutes 34 seconds and becoming the oldest person to run 26.2 miles in under four hours. “He’s about as close as you can get to minimal aging in a human individual,” said Dr. Michael Joyner, […]

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Nominations for Top 10 Fitness Professionals in India

Fitso is planning to come up with the list of top 10 fitness professionals in India. Online visibility, PR and goodies are some of the key benefits of featuring in this list. The first step of this process is submitting your personal information through the form below. Based on responses submitted and post-rigorous checks and extensive […]

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