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There shouldn't be any adaptation necessary. The few seconds that it takes to ramp up to speed will be offset by the few seconds it takes to slow back down to the walk pace, and is a little bit more of a natural effort than most people that just suddenly go from run to walk or vice versa. So, for the treadmill on your 90 second runs, start the time and ...
It would be a good approximation, it will probably add a slight error but such a formula in itself is by necessity quite inaccurate.
There are a few things you can do: When I start running and start to feel pain I decrease my speed and focus on my running form. If the pain doesn't stop after 1000-2000 meters I simply stop running. Probably you don't do the warming up the way you need to. Check for some foam roller exercise. You can do them with big glass bottle like wine one too. You ...
There are two main ways to decrease the size of a muscle; Don't use the muscle Or at least use it only when necessary. If you don't use the muscle, it won't be hypertrophied. From there, it could remain at its current size, or decrease in size (atrophy). Overuse the muscle (not recommended) Basically, if you use the muscle a lot, but don't provide it ...
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