In his staggering career, 36-year-old Haile Gebrselassie has dominated the world of running with success in track, cross-country and on the road. Gebrselassie's remarkable career started at 15, when he ran his first marathon in Addis Ababa wearing street shoes - and pulled off a ...
, winning the national title on the same course two weeks later. Almost as striking was the modest whisper, close to inaudible, when interviewed after his victories. A month later, he was mortified that an injury prevented him running the World Cross Country
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and a newspaper article, Kolata to all intents buried runner’s high forever. She interviewed a number of leading experts, and none of them bought into the runner’s high theory. “I believe this endorphin in runners is a total fantasy in popular culture
wouldn't do a 25-30 mile run every weekend and feel fine the next day. – debboYou can't compare them except in terms of general exercise in a given HR zone for a certain time. You can't say "OK I have done 50 miles of cycling so that gives me 'x' miles
nose and generally getting on my nerves.Muttley The beanie people tend to spend more time on the weights in my gym. As long as they don't wear them in the pool I don't really care! Lwi Join the thread No thanks...Baby blues I had my first baby
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