Jeremy Hollowell, Austin Etherington leading Indiana’s summer workouts

The runners were instructed to set their own pace, but to work at the highest intensity they thought they could maintain, knowing that they were doing six 4-minute bouts of hard running with either 1, 2, or 4 minutes of recovery between. After the workouts, the runners rated how hard the sessions were. Both men and women gave the workouts a rating of just under 14 on the Borg scale of perceived exertion , which coincides with an effort level between “somewhat hard” and “hard/heavy.” But when measured physiologically, the workouts were different experiences for the men and women. Consistent through the three workouts, the women worked at a higher percentage of their maximum heart rate (around 96-97% of max) than the men (around 92% of max). Similarly, the women worked at a higher percentage of their VO2 max (88-90%) than the men (85-86%).
Source: http://www.runnersworld.com/workouts/do-women-work-harder-than-men-in-interval-workouts

There are no hard feelings about anything like that. Gregs (McElroy) not here. (Matt) Simms isnt here. Smith, who has been working out in Florida, said he thought the story got extra attention because of the lull in news prior to training camp. RELATED: SANCHEZ SAYS HE’LL ‘ABSOLUTELY’ WIN JETS QB BATTLE Robert Reiners for New York Daily News Jets QB Mark Sanchez runs through a drill last week at his Jets West camp in Mission Viego, Calif. I think its just something to talk about.
Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/jets/geno-smith-mark-cool-article-1.1400056

The workout Russian walks Walking in a straight line bringing the knee up high on each step while creeping up onto the tiptoe if you can. Very exaggerated movement but really loosens up the hip joint which will play a massive role in your run. Walking bum kicks Walk forward with an exaggerated back swing so that your heel comes up to meet your glutes with each step. Lateral lunges Standing side on, step outwards with one foot and bring your bum down towards the floor and bring the second foot across to meet the first one in a lunging movement. Make sure to do both sides.
Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/the-running-blog/2013/jul/16/workouts-for-runners-dynamic-warm-up

High Intensity Workouts Curb Appetite, Australian Researchers Find

I know someone has to step up thats what me and Austin have been trying to do. Its been difficult for Etherington. His recovery from last seasons fractured patella has prevented him from participating in full practice, although hes competing in one-on-one and two-on-two drills. The biggest thing (to overcome) is the mindset, Etherington said, who overcame a knee injury in high school. The big thing is go out there and not worry about your knee. The first time I took a charge in workouts it was a big step. Its made me push myself because Ive been through it before. Push is a keyword for an Indiana team that may be more athletic than last years, but has to quickly overcome the loss of so much veteran talent.
Source: http://posttrib.suntimes.com/sports/21367125-556/jeremy-hollowell-austin-etherington-leading-indianas-summer-workouts.html

Brief workouts for runners: dynamic warm-up

They were subjected to low, moderate and high intensity workouts. Immediately after the exercise session, they were offered a 267-calorie liquid meal. About an hour later, they were offered more food and told to eat as much as they needed in order to feel full. As the max workouts review shin ohtake researchers explain in their paper, the men ate significantly less after having taken part in the high-intensity workouts. More precisely, they consumed some 200 calories less. High intensity intermittent exercise suppresses subsequent ad-libitum energy intake in overweight inactive men. This format of exercise was found to be well tolerated in an overweight population, the scientists sum up the findings of these experiments.
Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/High-Intensity-Workouts-Curb-Appetite-Australian-Researchers-Find-365898.shtml

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