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RE: Is Running On An Anti-Gravity Treadmill Running?
Didn't Ritz do the vast majority of his training on one of these machines prior to winning nationals Cross?
That said, there is a huge difference between doing very little regular running and doing no regular running. As the above post suggests, Paula may be working some of her running muscles on this treadmill, but there's no way she's working all of them. I would guess that the prolonged pounding of 26 miles on the road might be hard on someone whose training has involved supporting only 15-20% of their body weight.
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