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McClatchy NewspapersHot flashes. Headaches. A tummy that won't go away no matter how many crunches you do. Menopause can be especially vexing for women trying to lose weight. As their estrogen levels drop, their testosterone exerts more influence. Because of the ensuing...
Tribune NewspapersHey, swimmers, don't limit yourself to lanes, the aquatic version of a hamster wheel. And landlubbers, give up the notion that strength training and cardio are best done on terra firma. Aqua aerobics, or aquatic fitness, is no longer the domain of...
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SPECIAL TO TRIBUNE NEWSPAPERSRio Caliente means "hot river" in Spanish, and in the cool of an early January morning, you don't even need to dip a toe to understand how this river got that name. Steam rises from the hot-spring water rushing over the rocky riverbed, vanishing into...
Los Angeles TimesOn Sept. 17, 2006, in the Netherlands, Lornah Kiplagat of Kenya set a world record in the 10-mile run after some unconventional training. For the two weeks before the event, while trying to rehab an injury, she ran almost entirely in a swimming pool. Easy...
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