of injury. My wife could probably run a faster 10K if she simply increased the tempo throughout the race, sacrificing her blistering final kick. But would she have as much fun at the finish? Probably not.
No matter the weather, the dedicated runner will not be diverted from the never-ending pursuit of athletic improvement. Whether it is blistering heat or driving rain and wind, we all get out and pound the streets.At least that’s the theory
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