The findings of a new study that looked at the heart of a swimmer vs. the heart of a runner underscored how sensitive our bodies are to different types of exercise
This story has it all: Sample selection bias neglected. Reverse causality ignored. Tiny sample size unremarked. A real tour de force of health/science reporting. via ⁦
The Heart of a Swimmer vs. the Heart of a Runner - The New York Times
The Heart of a Swimmer vs. the Heart of a Runner 🤯
Fascinating differences in the way the #Heart of a #Swimmer vs. the Heart of a #Runner work and #remodel. #diastolicfunction , you have made it once you are a hyperlink for !
Swimmers and runners have super strong hearts...but in slightly different ways. Also the runners "win" if one can win at this. And given it's sports I assume there needs to be a winner.
1. Tiny sample. 2. No stats. 3. What about us triathletes?
The Heart of a Swimmer vs. the Heart of a Runner - The New York Times
Since swimmers exercise in a horizontal position, their hearts do not have to fight gravity to get blood back to the heart, unlike in upright runners.
The Heart of a Swimmer vs. the Heart of a Runner, by via #exercise #running
The findings of a new study looked at the heart of a swimmer vs. the heart of a runner.
What can the hearts of athletes tell us? Can you treat psychiatric disease with diet? Conjecture, extrapolation, and wishful thinking: the types of articles in the lay press that make me crazy. Uggh.
human body is pretty amazing… i don't really run workouts anymore, but i have run consistently (and fast) for ~25 years. last ~10 years pretty sporadically. i can still show up on race day, run a half marathon at approximately 10mph.
#Rowers have big ❤️, the rest of the article is fluff 😉#rowingrowrowingliferowtheboatrowingteamrowingclub
The Heart of a Swimmer vs. the Heart of a Runner
The Heart of a Swimmer vs. the Heart of a Runner
This study completely vindicates my parents' decision not to teach me how to swim.
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