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If we assume that energy used by an individual athlete during a run (without elevation changes or wind) is dependent only the distance of the run, then the difference between a fast 5k run and a slow 5k jog, and the explanation for why the former will leave you more out of breath, is the rate of energy expenditure. A 30 minute 5k run requires you to burn ...


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