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Subject: RE: What are your best bang-for-the-buck running tips?
1. Thanks for the spell check. Do you have any useful tips to share?
2. I'd like to see your research supporting your conclusion of "come on". Here's the
conclusion of J. Science Med Sport 2009 May; 12(3):417-21 on why cold water works: http://denverfitnessjournal.com/archives/recovery-restoration-methods-for-endurance-athletes-part-ii-cold-water-immersion
3. The caffeine in the chocolate helps and gives you the right ratio between protein and carbohydrates: http://www.chocolatemilk.com/recovery-drink/ http://www.chocolatemilk.com/after-workout/
4. From my personal observations in road races, most people follow the wind of the road and never bother to aim for the inside turns. Also, Ryan Hall ran some good bee-lines at Boston, eventhough the elite pack did not.
5. Dirt provides more cushioning but usually forces you to work harder to run at a specific speed. Trail and dirt road running produce greater leg-muscle power, with less total damage to muscles, tendons, and ligaments, compared with hard-road rambling. Ask a Kenyan.
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