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Canadian Running magazine: Jan.-Feb. issue

January 21st, 2010

A belated note that the Jan.-Feb. issue of Canadian Running magazine is on newsstands now. My top picks for this issue: a hilarious back-page essay by Canadian miling legend Harvey Mitro on runners’ obsession with stopping their watches, and an interesting piece by nutrionist Matthew Kadey on which foods it’s worth paying more for, and which you can skimp on. (For example, he argues in favour of dark poultry meat — a policy I’ve long advocated in order to save $1.19 at Swiss Chalet!)

And, of course, there’s my regular Science of Running column, tackling hyponatremia, deep-water pool-running, “dynamic compression” technology, and other topics.


  1. Harvey Mitro
    February 20th, 2010 at 23:42 | #1

    I’ve always been a “Legend in my own mind” but thanks for the boost. I love the magazine and enjoyed putting that piece in there.


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