28 Nov '15, 3am

Don't shun the run-walk method: https://t.co/aGXWs9pS7f https://t.co/i3m3arxPZA

Don't shun the run-walk method: https://t.co/aGXWs9pS7f https://t.co/i3m3arxPZA

There is often a stigma attached to runners who utilize a run/walk method in their training. Many new runners don’t feel that “real runners” respect them if they aren’t running the entire distance, while experienced runners often shun the concept of a run/walk, even when it might be a useful training tool.

Full article: http://running.competitor.com/2013/11/training/dont-shun-...

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