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Fasterskier.com — Wednesday Workout: Tour De Ski Prologue Prep With Diggins

6099362842901317032.jpgimage source a week ago in Davos, Switzerland.' /> Jessie Diggins ready to go in her Podiumwear race suit during her prologue-practice day about a week ago in Davos, Switzerland. We almost never race prologues, and its such a funny distance at 3 km, but in the start of the Tour de Ski we race one! Diggins, 23, explained in an email. I like to take an interval workout and turn it into a time trial to practice my pacing and tempo for a 3km. If workout I have good energy that day, Ill do two of them, so that I can play around with my pacing and tactics and learn from the different times. Ill also skate it since for whatever reason it seems like the World Cup prologues are usually skate, she added. The workout takes about 1:45 to 2 hours from start to finish. 30 minute warmup: just skiing easy 5-8 minute Level 3 to get my body going and warm up my lungs Ski back to the start area, start first prologue.
Full story: http://fasterskier.com/article/wednesday-workout-tour-de-ski-prologue-prep-with-diggins/


Germany Secretly Feeds U.s. Info On Possible Jihadists

6099016739180590036.jpg Were looking at this as a decadal issue, said a senior U.S. intelligence official involved in producing classified assessments on the Syria threat. Even if the numbers stopped growing today if we only had the 15,000 youre still looking at a global issue that is going to carry on for a number of years and that is going to test the bandwidth and resources not only of us, but our foreign partners. The Washington Post Crossing borders In the past year, Germany and other nations have adopted measures to prevent citizens visite site suspected of planning to join insurgent groups from leaving. Some have begun seizing passports of would-be fighters. But the restrictions vary by country, are riddled with holes and have only partially obstructed key paths into Syria. From Europe, the main route remains through Turkey, which is not part of the European Union but is effectively treated as one in terms of travel. European citizens dont need passports to fly into the country ,where thousands of fighters have made their way by car, bus or foot across (visit site) Syrias broken borders. Fighters coming back to visit this page Europe face similarly inconsistent scrutiny. European laws designed to prevent discrimination dont permit systemic checks of citizens reentering the E.U.
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Workout Climate May Have Impact On Appetite - Nashuatelegraph.com

6098066387590788002.jpg While fitness the thermometer has been approaching 50 the last two days, its a safe bet that your gym, or preferred place of exercise, is a lot warmer. The study was a joint effort by Englands University of Birmingham and the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. In order to find out if ambient temperature affected appetite and eating habits http://geraldgptf.soup.io after a workout, researchers gathered a group of overweight men and women, and had them walk on a treadmill. First, the group walked at a moderate pace for 45 minutes in a room that was set at 68 degrees. Then, they had the group repeat everything pace, time, clothing and dropped the temperature down to 46 degrees. The humidity in the room was set at 40 percent both times. After the group was done walking, researchers had each person sit for 45 minutes as blood was drawn to check for appetite hormones.
Full story: http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/sports/localsports/1054154-457/workout-climate-may-have-impact-on-appetite.html


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Austria Off To Worst Downhill Start In 25 Years - Westport News

6097541666703129612.jpg Former racers and other experts have been publicly discussing visit homepage the plight of the downhill team. "Some of them are coming down very passively, they just stick to the racing line they saw during course inspection and forget to let their skis go," two-time overall champion Eberharter said. "If I see them, I ask myself whether they really want to be fast? Do they really want to win?" Walchhofer, once Eberharter's teammate and now vice president of the Austrian ski federation, is the last Austrian to win the world downhill title, in 2003. He also points to a "mentality issue." "It has nothing to do with training deficits," he said. "Either you manage to overcome the challenge or you don't." The remarks didn't sit well with the team. Klaus http://alonzocshg.hazblog.com/ Kroell called the comments "unnecessary," and Reichelt added that "help from the likes of Walchhofer and Eberharter is always welcome, but they have my phone number. I'd rather see http://qonelfacto.livejournal.com they call me than criticize us in some newspapers." Reichelt, at least, won a speed race this season the super-G in Beaver Creek.
More: http://www.westport-news.com/sports/article/Austria-off-to-worst-downhill-start-in-25-years-5977912.php