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 The Imponderables By Edward Gibbes on 23/02/2006 15:41:03 Since the dawn of time The Runner has been struggling to break free from the grip of the questions that will not die. (Non-subscriber preview) guide. It is calculated by dividing your body mass in kilograms by your height in metres squared (For example: 78kg/(1.83 x 1.83) = 23.3). A BMI of 19-25 is considered to be the ideal. Try this BMI calculator2. Does it really matter what kind of shoe I The Imponderables By Edward Gibbes on 23/02/2006 14:41:14 Since the dawn of time The Runner has been struggling to break free from the grip of the questions that will not die person's "normality", Body Mass Index (BMI) is considered the best guide. It is calculated by dividing your body mass in kilograms by your height in metres squared (For example: 78kg/(1.83 x 1.83) = 23.3). A BMI of 19-25 is considered to be the ideal. Try ASICS Target 26.2: The Marathon Journey Begins By on 27/12/2011 11:07:09 Meet our fantastic five spring marathon contenders and find out how to smash your marathon target this spring harder sessions that Steve has planned – and I am hoping to post lots of stats on my thread.”Coach Steve Smythe says: “Well done to Colin on the third place – which might have been a sub-19:00 but he got bad directions from a marshal. The speed

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