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Your body should be the one giving you feedback. How is your body responding is the question you need to ask yourself and not just afterwards rather while you are running If you end up feeling overly stressed or ill than you probably want to tone it down.


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I would rather say it is not about waiting if not about preparation and training. I've seen people starting from the zero(in terms of running, otherwise in a good fitness) with 16 weeks plans and successfully completing their first marathons, so i would say the 5 months you have ahead of you should be enough. however don't go crazy and set some realistic ...


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I'm not a doctor but I'm theorizing a little here. Your hands don't need much blood when you're running - thus you're body is taking blood from them and sending them where it's needed (i.e. your breathing muscles and your legs). That could explain the cold hands. I'd probably just wear some gloves for a while until your body adapts. The sugar-craving and ...


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Maximal legspan contain lateral and vertical movements such as vertical splits and lateral splits. Rarity of people achieve sufficient technique and strength to maintain different splits and rotational movements of thighs so they are hard-to-use benchmarks. Many factors contribute to legspan. Factors contain core flexibility, core strength, pelvis tilt and ...



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