The world of a runner is strange to some. We have weird and wonderful quirks that we seem to grow proportionally to how many years we run.
I have been a runner for 28 years. So that tells you just how long the list of quirks are for me.
Recently, I was asked to run a ‘Learn to Run’ clinic. The program is to take 8 weeks and end up with the ‘students’ to go from newbie to be able to run/walk 5 kilometres. I decided to use a run/walk combo as to lessen the occurrence of injuries. Although I don’t use this method myself when running, I still adhere to taking the walk breaks when you need them; I just don’t time them. Bottom line; if you need a walk break, take one. There is a danger is taking too long of a walk break or too slow of…
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