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stilllearning2b stilllearning2b 4 years
I need to learn from this. I am often guilty of refusing to walk, even when it would limit the effect of an injury or let me run for a longer period of time. I am going to make an effort to mindfully add walk breaks to my long runs this spring.
noeXcusefitness noeXcusefitness 4 years
Good advice in relation to no doing static stretching before a run. A light run and dynamic stretching is the way to go. In relation to your shoes, I couldn't agree more. Another thing people might want to consider is getting themselves a decent pair of sports sox. Even the most comfortable shoes in the world will feel terrible if you are running in a pair of tired old sox, that have lost their elasticity and are constantly bunching up at the end of your shoe.
Pursy Pursy 4 years
I love that the writer of this article referenced Haruki Murakami!
Nellllll Nellllll 4 years
Great tips ;)
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 4 years
"Walking isn't for wimps" is my favorite one. I'm strong as an ox and agile as a dancer, but relatively weak cardio-wise. I'll run like a half then walk an eighth. I can do about 3 miles like that, which isn't a lot, but it's more than I could do a year ago. Great tip for beginning runners!
Nellllll Nellllll 7 years
Great tips ;)
cg130 cg130 7 years
Woah, I actually believed a lot of these!
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