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    As far as endurance and running for time.....

    Alternate between running a set distance or time (ie run for 20 min not a certain distance in a certain time), and running sprints or interval training. On the days you run for a set amount of time or distance work on your breathing and stride. On the sprint and interval days you run harder but shorter distances. STRETCH LIKE CRAZY ON SPRINT AND INTERVAL DAYS, or it will be very short distances. I look at it like this: sprints work your lungs and just your will to push yourself. These are the days that will lower your run times. On the jogging days where I run for set distances or times I'm working my disipline to set a pace and just basic stride.

    Some advice for running and our line of work.
    Never run to the point of throwing up. I always try to run to the point of getting a good workout and pushing myself, but I have never ran anyone down that just gave up when I caught them. HAVE ENOUGH LEFT TO FIGHT AFTER YOU RUN. For example, I run and then go hit a heavy bag.

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