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As you've discovered, the 10% rule isn't really applicable to someone who is completely new to running. It requires that you already have an established weekly running volume that you can tolerate, so it's really only for already established runners. As a beginner, you'd be better off starting with a dedicated beginner program, such as Couch to 5k, which can ...


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There is some dispute over heart rate ranges and what is dangerous and what is okay. Personally, I think that anything ranging 180 is a good high-intensity/max effort heart rate. While I was in my running phase, I would often push up to 200ish during HIIT, but some may feel as though that is not safe. Assuming you are in your 20's, a heart rate between 170-...


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I am 73 years old. Have been running from high school. 29 marathons, including the last March LA marathon at the height of worldwide spread of Covid 19. Everyone is different. It could be that heartbeat is not the first cause for concern. As we know it is heart- longs- vascular and blood composition. I run 9-10 miles 6 days a week. My heartbeat goes above ...


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I have had the exact same problem as well, recently I've started eating around three hours before I run which has helped a lot. I've been having a bagel and eggs and cheese for lunch every day I run, and I have felt a lot better as far as the sloshing sound goes. Also, be sure to be drinking a lot of water from when you wake up, to about an hour before the ...


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