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Running in our COVID-19 Public Health Crisis

Running and Fitness During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis: Everything to Know for Runners and Walkers Randy Accetta, Tia Accetta, and the RRCA March 26, 2020   TABLE OF CONTENTS ·      CDC Advice and Public Health Overview ·      What Experts Say About Exercise and Immune Health ·      Training Advice for Runners ·      Eating Well and

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Exercise and Immune Health

Immune Health & Exercise To help us think about how to stay safe during this public health crisis, we looked at a few academic articles in the field of immune health and exercise.  As with all fields, there are competing viewpoints, but we’ve leaned on these sources for the following information and we are grateful

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Training Through a Health Crisis

GENERAL TRAINING ADVICE Given that there is significant uncertainty about the implications of the coronavirus and COVID-19, the following advice is given recognizing that the current situation may change, so please stay alert and take all recommended precautions to keep yourself and your community healthy. Keep moving.  At this moment, cities and states throughout the

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March 15: Advice for Runners During our Public Health Crisis

See what we have written for the national RRCA community here: https://www.rrca.org/news-articles/news-archives/2020/03/15/advice-for-rrca-members-running-coaches-and-club-leaders Runners are optimistic by nature, but it’s hard to super optimistic in the face of the current public health crisis of coronavirus and COVID-19.  As an athlete, you may be feeling a little down, a bit stressed, and a lot unmotivated. As a

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