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Every year it’s the same: after the Christmas celebrations and excesses the New Year looms, guilt sets in and we start to think of making New Year resolutions. You are reading this article so I’m going to assume that running is part of your New
UAN:196 Article type:--“I haven’t got the time.” It’s the number-one reason people give for not running. Or not running as much as they’d like. After years of hearing how important regular exercise is to our health, everyone knows they should run
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