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"How Dare You" by Edward Kane A Magical, Enchanted Running Adventure to Important Life Lessons. I find it an enchanting, magical story of value to young girls. This is Ed Kane's Announcement I'm so pleased to announced that I've just published a fiction story for young girls. "How Dare You" is the enchanting adventure of 10 year old, spunky Cordy. Cordy's family just moved and she's entering a new school, not knowing anyone. She has no friends, with one big exception - her wonderful dog Bash. Running to Life Lessons To remedy her lonely situation, Cordy joins the school's new girls' cross country team. And with that, she embarks on an enchanting running adventure into a magical forest of firefly highways and talking animals. Cordy's runs teach her the value of friendship, teamwork, always doing your best and looking for goodness in others. For a free Kindle borrow, go to amazon.com/author/ekane https://
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For Runners: New Tech for Wind Conditions Source: Styrd Meter Pod Power Meter Measures Environment During Your Run For runners, wind, rain, heat and other environmental conditions make a big difference in your run. So this new, real-time monitor is of interest. It's called the Stryd power meter to monitor conditions for your every stride. It's a pod that attaches to the laces of your running shoes. The sensors tell you how the wind is impacting your running. It also includes the impact of other environmental conditions while you are running like temperature and humidity. Real-Time Data and For Later Review The data is stored onboard, transmits in real-time and for later reviews. The new Stryd has a better air flow design that can measure wind speeds and tells you if you're running into a head wind or not. This new invention lets you know with accuracy how you are running against real-time environmental conditions. It's brings a brand new accurate mean
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Benefits Vary Among Dynamic & Static Exercises Stock Photo: Strength Training New Research The American College of Cardiology reports that static exercise activity like strength training is good and better for your heart. It has stronger results for reducing heart disease risk than dynamic exercise activity like cycling, running and walking. Results The results were presented at the LCC Latin America Conference 2018 in Lima, Peru. More than 4,000 American adults were tracked and analyzed on their exercise routines. The research concludes that all types of physical activity and exercise are good for the heart. But static activities, like aerobics and strength training, even in small amounts, proved to be the most beneficial. Your Takeaways The bottom-line from this research is that all exercise works. Static and dynamic work separately, they work together but static exercise stands out as the most beneficial in preventing heart disease.