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@hcs I use headspace and it's helped me with lots of things

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@hcs @aidanbudd @ekaitz_zarraga

excuse me, may I share with this little piece of advice? BE PATIENT AND RUN EASY! :D

I probably made all mistakes any "runner" can do, and that's the most valuable advice. Easier to be said than done.

This is a good starting point: philmaffetone.com/method/

you dont need to BUY anything, no books of courses. I'm not affiliated in any way with phil #maffetone but I'm just grateful

@hcs @aidanbudd @ekaitz_zarraga

here it's a #podcast with #TinaMuir

tinamuir.com/phil-maffetone/

Hope at least makes you think about running putting long term health at first, something "serious" runners oftenly dont

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