Women's Running

14 Ways to Get Faster — Without Losing Weight

here’s a pretty well-known algorithm in endurance sports: 1 pound = 2 seconds per mile. In other words, for every pound of body weight lost, a runner should expect their pace to drop an average of two seconds per mile. This calculation was first presented in 1978 by researchers at the University of Georgia and has since been held up as

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