Something to think about and discuss from one of the papers.
Even though many of the running books I have have a section on women and running I have never
thought about how many of the methods I use as a man to get faster and recover, really work for women.
It seems that its not common practice to do research on both men and women.
Unscientific that, to assume men are the "norm"
"One goal many paths"
There have been a few threads on similar subjects in the past when there have been journos / film-makers wanting to interview / research / film "runners" - some seemingly forgetting that women can be runners, or others, that it is possible to be a "runner" even after you've passed your 20s.
Even though many of the running books I have have a section on men and running I have never thought about how many of the methods I use a laydee to get faster and recover, really work for men.
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