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PostPosted: 10/08/07 - 04:43    Post subject:
I would like to improve my time after first 5 km of running. What is the best way to accomplish that? Are there any strategies for that? I am thinking of taking some boosters to help me. I dont know where to get them. My neighbor told me that he could get them for my, but he doesnt seem like a trustworthy person. What do you think?
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PostPosted: 11/05/07 - 00:15    Post subject:
I dont know what do you mean by boosters but if you are thinking of taking some forbidden substances, just dont do it! Your health is much more valuable that some stupid result. Dont forget that! As for the natural improvement of time, well there are many strategies for achieving that. First of all you have to get plenty of rest. Without it, your body cannot cope with the increasing demand you are imposing on it and you will star to fall behind. Next thing is to increase the effort (either by running the longer distance or at greater speed) at every race. Walk breaks are also great tool to improve overall strength, stamina and endurance.
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