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Trent Stellingwerff interview: Rio, the good, the bad and the ugly

Trent Stellingwerff interview: Rio, the good, the bad and the ugly

Christopher Kelsall September 6, 2016 0

See the discussion on the boards, here>> © Copyright – 2016 – Athletics Illustrated Dr. Trent Stellingwerff is a former track and field athlete who competed in the NCAA for division one Cornell University, where he was

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Dr. Kenneth Kunz interview – lower cancer rates among middle and long-distance runners

Dr. Kenneth Kunz interview – lower cancer rates among middle and long-distance runners

Christopher Kelsall December 14, 2015 2

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated “My academic life, which you know is centered around using my 30-plus years in the field of medicine and cancer research to teach and educate people how to

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Trent Stellingwerff Interview: Fructose–Glucose Composite Carbohydrates and Endurance Performance

Trent Stellingwerff Interview: Fructose–Glucose Composite Carbohydrates and Endurance Performance

Christopher Kelsall September 18, 2015 1

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated Dr. Trent Stellingwerff is a former track and field athlete who competed in the NCAA for division one Cornell University, where he was selected as co-captain. He also

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Science of Running Interview: Steve Magness’s New Book on Training

Science of Running Interview: Steve Magness’s New Book on Training

Christopher Kelsall February 18, 2014 1

© Copyright – 2014 – Athletics Illustrated Steve Magness who writes for the website Science of Running is publishing a book. It will be available by February 18th. The name is, “The Science of Running-How

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Trent Stellingwerff: on the belief effect

Trent Stellingwerff: on the belief effect

Christopher Kelsall November 18, 2013 7

© Copyright – 2013 – Athletics Illustrated Dr. Trent Stellingwerff is a former track and field athlete who competed in the NCAA for division one Cornell University, where he was selected as co-captain. He also

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Steve Magness Interview

Steve Magness Interview

Christopher Kelsall February 7, 2013 1

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated The Science of Running is a popular blog-site kept up by author Steve Magness, who writes science-based running and training articles. Roughly once per month we produce an

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Steve Magness – Interview Magness Report #3

Steve Magness – Interview Magness Report #3

Christopher Kelsall December 13, 2012 3

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Steve Magness writes science-based running and training articles primarily for the website The Science of Running. Magness is an assistant coach with Sara Hall at the University of Houston,

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Steve Magness – The Science of Running #2

Steve Magness – The Science of Running #2

Christopher Kelsall October 31, 2012 1

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Steve Magness writes science-based running and training articles primarily for the website The Science of Running. Magness recently accepted a coaching position with the University of Houston, his alma

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Steve Magness – The Science of Running

Steve Magness – The Science of Running

Christopher Kelsall October 3, 2012 3

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Steve Magness recently accepted a coaching position with the University of Houston, his alma mater. Previously he was assistant coach at Nike Oregon Project, leading up to the

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New Case Study Sheds Light Into Elite Marathon Training and Nutrition Practices

New Case Study Sheds Light Into Elite Marathon Training and Nutrition Practices

Christopher Kelsall September 27, 2012 1

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated CASE STUDY AND INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR Dr. TRENT STELLINGWERFF Dr. Trent Stellingwerff is a former track and field athlete who competed in the NCAA for division 1 Cornell University,

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