AN UPDATE FROM RUNNER’S WORLD


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Partnerless

At this moment I dont have a running partner and I find it hard to pace myself. I work awkward hours and find it difficult to pace myself correctly. I've tried clock watching but I tend to run fast for 3/4 of a mile then realise Im running too fast then relax then get annoyed when I look at watch.
Does anyone have a tip for me or do I need a partner to keep me in toe?

Pete

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