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, family psychologist and marathoner. "And try to find ways to run without taking time away from them." Sometimes a constructive conversation helps. "Figure out what you can do together," says Smoot. "Developing a 'we' rather than 'me' mentality
chances of staying healthy and happy – in running and in all other aspects of your busy life. Here are 11 strategies to help you on the way.Strike a balance between...Shorter & longerIf you always tend to run the same loop of the same distance, it’s time
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