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    Beat the Heat

    Beat the Heat

    07.16.2019 | Photo by Graham Snodgrass
    Public health experts recommend drinking water or fluids every 20 minutes when running in the heat. (U.S. Army Public Health Center photo...
    Army Ten-Miler training

    Army Ten-Miler training

    05.23.2019 | Photo by Graham Snodgrass
    U.S. Army Capt. Zachary Schroeder, Headquarters and Headquarters Company commander, Army Public Health Center, gets in a distance run May 23,...

    Recent News Stories

    Avoid GI issues 'cramping' your running style with...

    09.12.2019 | Story by Douglas Holl
    It may not make for polite conversation, but most runners at one time or another have dealt with unpleasant intestinal rumblings, sometimes called runner's stomach, or faced other gastrointestinal running emergencies while running recreationally or competitively. The Army Public Health Center's resident nutrition experts offer a few strategies to help runners avoid unfortunate GI issues.

    Avoid GI issues 'cramping' your running style with...

    09.12.2019 | Story by Douglas Holl
    It may not make for polite conversation, but most runners at one time or another have dealt with unpleasant intestinal rumblings, sometimes called runner's stomach, or faced other gastrointestinal running emergencies while running recreationally or competitively. The Army Public Health Center's resident nutrition experts offer a few strategies to help runners avoid unfortunate GI issues.

    Avoid GI issues 'cramping' your running style with...

    09.12.2019 | Story by Douglas Holl
    It may not make for polite conversation, but most runners at one time or another have dealt with unpleasant intestinal rumblings, sometimes called runner's stomach, or faced other gastrointestinal running emergencies while running recreationally or competitively. The Army Public Health Center's resident nutrition experts offer a few strategies to help runners avoid unfortunate GI issues.

    Avoid GI issues 'cramping' your running style with...

    09.12.2019 | Story by Douglas Holl
    It may not make for polite conversation, but most runners at one time or another have dealt with unpleasant intestinal rumblings, sometimes called runner's stomach, or faced other gastrointestinal running emergencies while running recreationally or competitively. The Army Public Health Center's resident nutrition experts offer a few strategies to help runners avoid unfortunate GI issues.