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How Far Can Super Slow Running Take My Body?

Using the Maffetone Method to test your limits

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When I started running earlier this year, I was building my new skill from scratch. I have never been a runner, but I am a doer. I’m a goal-oriented person, and I started training aggressively to complete a 5K race.

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