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"the only variables that influence speed are (1)cadence (2) stride length." Yes these two variables define your speed. But how to achieve high cadence of a longer time is a complex issue. "cadence has a very low upper bound. (170 strides / min) seems as high as possible." Wrong. Many recommend 180, so 170 isn't considered a very high cadence. "a stride ...


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The best to increase or at least keep your stamina for long distance running would be to make sure you are doing at least one long slow distance run, one medium distance run and 2-3 regular "easy" run in-between them. Don't get me wrong, weight is your enemy and there is a reason why runners are light and small, but there are runner who are 200+ lbs. that ...


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It's possible that it will improve your time, but not because you are getting in better running shape. Rather, you are working on your calf strength and rebound ability. This in turn should result in a slightly more efficient running stride. However, as brent points out, it's not a substitute for running, and any gains that you might make are at best going ...


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As a cross training activity jumping rope is a fantastic activity. It will give you some cardio benefit as well as calf and leg strengthening. However this alone will not get you to the end of a long run. The best way to train for a long run is to run. You should schedule one long run each week at 60-90 slower than you anticipated race pace. The idea behind ...


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Here is a list of some common reasons that lead to excessive sweating at various sites of the body: Low blood sugar levels, Metabolism related issues, Hyperthyroidism, Any disorder of the nerves or injury to the spinal cord, Stress or paranoia, Panic or anxiety attacks, Disease or infection of the liver, Hot flashes (especially in post menopausal ...



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