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Let's say you were an athlete in high school. You ran hard, played hard, and were recognized as one of the best in everything you've done. You have the natural ability and mental determination now that you are a few years away from that to stay fit.<br><br>
You think you can do what you were doing back then, but your body has gone through some college and some more developing. You get back into a training regimen and you are feeling like crap all the time.<br><br>
You run about a 8-9m/m pace and avg about 16-18mpw. You cross train on an elliptical occassionally but can't stay away from running because you love it so much.<br><br>
Would slowing down your training pace a minute or two help you feel better? Help you feel less tired? Help you feel less cold during the day?<br><br>
TIA!!!!
 

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Probably not going to make that big a difference.<br><br>
Nutrition, on the other hand, could possibly make a huge difference.
 

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You aren't suppose to leave this world with a well perserved body, you should leave sliding in sideways all worn out saying what a great ride <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.kickrunners.com/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Smile"><br><br>
or something like that
 
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