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Runner's Life

Familiarity Does Not Breed Contempt

When it comes to running

photo of Greenham Common by the author

The rules of running dictate that you should avoid regularly following the same route at the same pace. We all know the 3 basic runs of every good training programme; the tempo run, intervals and the long run. The standard advice is that we should vary both the routes and the types of run. The rationale for variety is sound.

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Runner's Life is a publication for advice and stories from the intersection of running and life. By runners, for runners.

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Dianne Sullivan

Dianne Sullivan

Obsessed with personal growth, personal finance & running. Figuring out my path to financial independence. thegrowthwriter.com

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