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Idiom of the Day

the shoe is on the other foot
the opposite is true, the places are changed
The shoe is on the other foot and my neighbor has to deal with the same problems that we must deal with.
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    The 10 Percent Rule

    Increase weekly training mileage by no more than 10 percent per week. Joe Henderson, the first editor of Runners World, and Joan Ullyot, M.D., author of three womens running books, first popularized the 10 percent prescription in the 1980s. I noticed that runners who increased their training load too quickly were incurring injuries, says Dr. Ullyot. The Exception If youre starting at single digit weekly mileage after a layoff, you can add more than 10 percent per week until youre close to your normal training load.


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