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accepted Does shortening stride length (and running for a longer time) require the same effort as a longer stride (for a shorter time)?
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comment Does shortening stride length (and running for a longer time) require the same effort as a longer stride (for a shorter time)?
Thanks for the links!
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comment Does shortening stride length (and running for a longer time) require the same effort as a longer stride (for a shorter time)?
Sorry..realised I wanted to express the question differently :0
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revised Does shortening stride length (and running for a longer time) require the same effort as a longer stride (for a shorter time)?
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asked Does shortening stride length (and running for a longer time) require the same effort as a longer stride (for a shorter time)?
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comment Which calorie count for exercise should I trust?
Totally agree with @DaveNewton here; as an added query, why are you tracking calories burned? Are you comparing them to caloric intake? If you're just tracking runs to compare distance/time then I wouldn't worry about the calorie count at all :)
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revised Why do nutritionists continue to advocate soy as a good source of protein? (especially for males)
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comment How much protein should I eat on off-days?
Might also be good to link to your answer here: fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/595/…
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comment How much protein should I eat on off-days?
+1 for the warning that @DaveLiepmann includes in his comment :)
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comment At what point during my weekly routine should I be consuming extra protein
If you're interested in reading more on the subject, Brad Pilon's e-book has an exhaustive list of studies on the topic -- TruthAboutProtein.com (I've actually purchased the book and his conclusion is that pretty much everyone who is in to "fitness" easily gets enough protein in their diet through real food.)
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