Elizabeth Millard, Runner's World

Elizabeth Millard

Runner's World

Colfax, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Runner's World
  • Bicycling Magazine
Past:
  • KOAT.com
  • Prevention Magazine

Recent articles by Elizabeth:

The Best Ice Bath Temperature and Duration to Reap Recovery Benefits, According to Research

New research highlights the importance of following the right strategy to lessen inflammation and muscle soreness. → Read More

Here’s How Much Exercise You May Need to Prevent Certain Types of Cancers

Getting at least five hours of moderate-intensity activity per week may prevent certain types of cancers, new research suggests. → Read More

Light Exercise in the Days After a Concussion May Shorten Recovery Time

New research suggests walking, running, stationary cycling, or swimming may be the best approach to bouncing back. → Read More

Blackcurrants May Benefit Exercise Recovery, According to New Research

The compounds in the berry may reduce muscle soreness and help regain strength faster. → Read More

Wondering How to Improve Your Sleep? Going for an Evening Ride Can Help

Early evening aerobic exercise sessions can seriously benefit your Zzzs, new research suggests. → Read More

Researchers Call for a Focus on Fitness for Health Rather Than Weight Loss or Management

In addition to longer life, this change in perspective is especially valuable for breaking free of yo-yo dieting. → Read More

Struggling With Mental Burnout? Aerobic Exercise—Like Running—May Help Your Brain Recover

New research suggests that getting active can have an effect on this type of exhaustion. → Read More

Vitamin D May Protect Against Colorectal Cancer, New Research Finds

Vitamin D has been linked to reducing your risk of colorectal cancer, according to new research in the journal Gastroenterology. → Read More

Here’s the Optimal Prerun Warmup Sequence, According to New Research

Foam rolling followed by stretching before a run can improve your range of motion, which can, in turn, improve your running performance, according to new research. → Read More

Outdoor Exercise Can Lower Anxiety Levels, According to New Research

New research supports yet another reason to hop on your bike and go for a ride! → Read More

New Research Highlights the Importance of Hydration for Your Heart

Keeping up on your fluid intake may help prevent heart failure, according to research presented at the recent European Society of Cardiology meeting. → Read More

How to Build a Sustainable Running Training Plan

Experts offer their best advice on prepping for your fall race—without feeling overwhelmed. → Read More

Isometric Training Offers an Unexpected Benefit, New Research Finds

Isometric resistance training may lead to significant positive changes in blood pressure overall, according to new research. → Read More

Why Strengthening Your Hip Flexors Is Important, According to New Research

Ignoring these key muscles could lead to long-term mobility issues—and could affect your performance short-term. → Read More

Vitamin K Benefits Include Boosting Your Heart Health, New Research Shows

You should eat foods rich in vitamin K to get maximum heart health benefits, according to new research. → Read More

Are Naps Good for You? They May Not Make Up for Sleep Deprivation

If you’re trying to catch up on sleep, research shows it’s better to change your evening habits instead. → Read More

Exercise Can Lower Your Risk of Sleep Apnea, New Research Shows

Being physically active and spending fewer hours watching TV could substantially lower your risk of developing obstructive sleep apnea, new research suggests. → Read More

Injury Prevention Tips for When You Want to Ramp Up Your Workouts

Experts offer advice on how to reach those next levels of intensity without getting sidelined. → Read More

New Research Highlights Yet Another Benefit of Exercise for Your Brain

Sharper memory and better function aren’t the only reasons your brain benefits from a run, new research shows. → Read More

New Research Highlights the Difference Between the Strides of Elite and Sub-Elite Runners

New research highlights a difference between the strides of elite runners and sub-elite runners, even those who are highly trained. → Read More