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Walk, don’t run

There’s a lot to be said, much of it by your body, for slowing the pace

By Sam Allis
Globe Columnist / June 14, 2010

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There comes a time when runners walk. Hips go. Ditto for knees, arches, ankles, and lower backs. Remember, we were built to run fast, briefly, from saber-toothed tigers, not lurch along, day after day, year after year, like aging greyhounds chasing something they can never catch. (Full article: 727 words)

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