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|Author: ||run by time|
|Subject: ||RE: How much do you need to adjust for heat and humidity when you first start running in it?|
i hate the heat wrote:
Should I still aim for about the same mileage, even if it means I am spending an extra 10 minutes running every day?
Running by time makes more sense. The aerobic benefit is determined by the amount of time spent at a given level of effort.
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