Study: women’s hearts respond differently to marathon training than men’s

A recent study looking at the differences between male and female marathoners found that women’s hearts actually respond differently than men’s after training for a marathon. Researchers found that women who have completed multiple marathons do not have reduced left ventricle function or aortic stiffness compared to male marathoners or female recreationally active athletes (both of which are good things). Canadian Running

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