All posts by Corrine Malcolm

Corrine Malcolm

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

Trust Your Gut: The Runner’s Microbiome
Trust Your Gut: The Runner’s Microbiome
on June 16, 2020
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The science of the microbiome in endurance athletes.


Exercise and the Immune System
Exercise and the Immune System
on May 19, 2020
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How aerobic exercise impacts immune-system function.


Updates to iRunFar’s COVID-19 Running Community Guide
Updates to iRunFar’s COVID-19 Running Community Guide
on April 16, 2020
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Updates to iRunFar’s COVID-19 running community guide.


COVID-19: A Trail Running and Ultrarunning Community Guide
COVID-19: A Trail Running and Ultrarunning Community Guide
on March 14, 2020
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A trail running and ultrarunning community guide to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Running on Science: Fact or Fiction, Part Two
Running on Science: Fact or Fiction, Part Two
on February 18, 2020
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The Running on Science column uses current scientific understanding to address four running myths.


Mind Game: What Runners Can Learn from Mindfulness
Mind Game: What Runners Can Learn from Mindfulness
on December 17, 2019
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The science of mindfulness practice for sport performance.


Running on Science: Fact or Fiction?
Running on Science: Fact or Fiction?
on November 19, 2019
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The Running on Science column busts four running myths with current scientific understanding.


Pumping Iron: Strength Training for Endurance Runners
Pumping Iron: Strength Training for Endurance Runners
on September 17, 2019
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The science behind strength training for endurance runners.


Stay Cool: Cooling Techniques in Endurance Running
Stay Cool: Cooling Techniques in Endurance Running
on July 16, 2019
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The science of pre-cooling and mid-cooling in endurance running.


A Million Modalities: The Science of Exercise Recovery
A Million Modalities: The Science of Exercise Recovery
on May 21, 2019
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An in-depth look at the science of exercise recovery.