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reviewed Excellent Deadlift and Rack Lifts
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reviewed Excellent Weight gaining diet for vegetarian
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reviewed Needs Improvement Water dripping from nose after swimming
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reviewed Excellent What's a good intermediate/advanced squat routine?
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reviewed Satisfactory On weight loss diet while lifting
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reviewed Satisfactory How to correct bad sleep posture
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on If I wear my Fitbit One on a treadmill or elliptical, should I log the activity as well?
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comment Can I use butterfly as resistance training?
You can make swimming harder by using paddles that increase the surface of your hands or wear a t-shirt which will significantly increase the load
Dec
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comment How to run without damaging your feet, knees or hips.
@BenCrowell after reading the summary of the thesis, the second part should cover 'exercise related lower leg pain', which covers mostly overuse injuries. Either way, while the main gists of my answer is probably still correct (albeit useless in practice), its probably in dire need of an update given the studies that have been published in the past few years.
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comment How to run without damaging your feet, knees or hips.
@Ben I think I fixed the link to the Willems thesis, the university apparently changed its ID. I changed the name to Murphy et al, though I agree its probably not the best citation. Please do note that the answer is over 2.5 years old, there has been a lot of research in this area lately. Also, I think you might like Payne's blog about running research, this time I'm sure the name is correct :-)