All posts by Corrine Malcolm

Corrine Malcolm

is a self-proclaimed ultra nerd running for Adidas Terrex as well as a coach.

Pacers: The Science Behind the Ultra Luxury
Pacers: The Science Behind the Ultra Luxury
on July 20, 2021
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The physiological and psychological benefits of having a pacer.


Running on Science: Fact or Fiction, Part 4
Running on Science: Fact or Fiction, Part 4
on June 15, 2021
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The Running on Science column uses current scientific understanding to address three running myths.


Does CBD Enhance Endurance Sports Performance?
Does CBD Enhance Endurance Sports Performance?
on May 18, 2021
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The science of CBD, or cannabidiol, and endurance sports performance.


How to More Safely Run Races During COVID-19
How to More Safely Run Races During COVID-19
on April 13, 2021
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Science-based recommendations for more safely running and traveling to races during COVID-19.


Self-Efficacy: The Science of Your New Running Superpower
Self-Efficacy: The Science of Your New Running Superpower
on March 16, 2021
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The science of how strong self-efficacy can help you run well.


Unlocking Female Performance in Ultramarathons
Unlocking Female Performance in Ultramarathons
on February 16, 2021
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What parts of female physiology help and hinder ultramarathon performance?


Drained: Don’t Let Mental Fatigue Hold You Back
Drained: Don’t Let Mental Fatigue Hold You Back
on January 19, 2021
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The science of mental fatigue’s effect on endurance running.


Shivering Science: The Science of Cold Adaptation
Shivering Science: The Science of Cold Adaptation
on December 15, 2020
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The science of cold adaptation and how it can aid our physical performance.


Managing Raynaud’s Phenomenon and Cold Extremities
Managing Raynaud’s Phenomenon and Cold Extremities
on November 17, 2020
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A runner’s guide to managing Raynaud’s phenomenon and cold extremities.


Running on Science: Fact or Fiction, Part Three
Running on Science: Fact or Fiction, Part Three
on October 20, 2020
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The Running on Science column uses current scientific understanding to address three running myths.