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    Default Slow running better then fast?

    I was reading on one blog before few minutes that slow running is better then fast because we do not make pressure to our muscles and skin cells. Is it really right?? I mean, I read it but It made me confused...

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    yes slow and steady is always right.

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    But where is different, slow and fast running. I think fast running is better for condition...Don`t you think so??

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    You are wrong. Slow running is better. It's better to run as long distance as you can instead of running as fast as you can. It helps for your stamina.

    And another advice for runners: it's better to run in the early evening than in the morning because in the morning running is stress for your body and it can cause heart problems.

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    Yes, this is true about running in evening. I read it on one health blog. I mean, you are too sleepy in morning to run and it just makes you more tired.

    And this about heart, this is for first time I hear something like that.
    Thanks!

    - Dennis

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    About your heart... Nothing special, just bigger strain for it when you run in the morning. And your body is not fully waken up and not prepared to deal with strains.
    My friend participated in marathon few times and he always runs in the evening. Maybe he know what he do

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    He knows what does he do. I mean, this thing about heart is 100% true. After you posted this, I was "googling" and found on health blog from some Admir Abazi that morning running makes so much pressure on heart and that`s why some of good people in sports are dying younger than others.

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    I think any of those two either slow or fast as long that you can take it. You just need to perspire to lose weight. And I think its a case to case basis. Know what works for you. In my experience running fast works for me.

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    It depends on what you are trying to achieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstevenson View Post
    It depends on what you are trying to achieve.
    Well, it`s not true. Running is very complicate exercise and it`s working only for your body structure and condition. You can`t do anything else with it..


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