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Running is a method of terrestrial locomotion allowing humans and other animals to move rapidly on foot. Running is a type of gait characterized by an aerial phase in which all feet are above the ground (though there are exceptions). This is in contrast to walking, where one foot is always in contact with the ground, the legs are kept mostly straight and the center of gravity vaults over the stance leg or legs in an inverted pendulum fashion. A feature of a running body from the viewpoint of spring-mass mechanics is that changes in kinetic and potential energy within a stride occur simultaneously, with energy storage accomplished by springy tendons and passive muscle elasticity. The term running can refer to any of a variety of speeds ranging from jogging to sprinting.

Running in humans is associated with improved health and life expectancy.

It is assumed that the ancestors of humankind developed the ability to run for long distances about 2.6 million years ago, probably in order to hunt animals. Competitive running grew out of religious festivals in various areas. Records of competitive racing date back to the Tailteann Games in Ireland between 632 BCE and 1171 BCE, while the first recorded Olympic Games took place in 776 BCE. Running has been described as the world's most accessible sport.

It is thought that human running evolved at least four and a half million years ago out of the ability of the ape-like Australopithecus, an early ancestor of humans, to walk upright on two legs.

Early humans most likely developed into endurance runners from the practice of persistence hunting of animals, the activity of following and chasing until a prey is too exhausted to flee, succumbing to "chase myopathy" (Sears 2001), and that human features such as the nuchal ligament, abundant sweat glands, the Achilles tendons, big knee joints and muscular glutei maximi, were changes caused by this type of activity (Bramble & Lieberman 2004, et al.). The theory as first proposed used comparative physiological evidence and the natural habits of animals when running, indicating the likelihood of this activity as a successful hunting method. Further evidence from observation of modern-day hunting practice also indicated this likelihood (Carrier et al. 1984). According to Sears (p. 12) scientific investigation (Walker & Leakey 1993) of the Nariokotome Skeleton provided further evidence for the Carrier theory.

Competitive running grew out of religious festivals in various areas such as Greece, Egypt, Asia, and the East African Rift in Africa. The Tailteann Games, an Irish sporting festival in honor of the goddess Tailtiu, dates back to 1829 BCE, and is one of the earliest records of competitive running.[citation needed] The origins of the Olympics and Marathon running are shrouded by myth and legend, though the first recorded games took place in 776 BCE. Running in Ancient Greece can be traced back to these games of 776 BCE.

...I suspect that the sun, moon, earth, stars, and heaven, which are still the gods of many barbarians, were the only gods known to the aboriginal Hellenes. Seeing that they were always moving and running, from their running nature they were called gods or runners (Thus, Theontas)...

Running gait can be divided into two phases in regard to the lower extremity: stance and swing. These can be further divided into absorption, propulsion, initial swing and terminal swing. Due to the continuous nature of running gait, no certain point is assumed to be the beginning. However, for simplicity, it will be assumed that absorption and footstrike mark the beginning of the running cycle in a body already in motion.

Footstrike occurs when a plantar portion of the foot makes initial contact with the ground. Common footstrike types include forefoot, midfoot and heel strike types. These are characterized by initial contact of the ball of the foot, ball and heel of the foot simultaneously and heel of the foot respectively. During this time the hip joint is undergoing extension from being in maximal flexion from the previous swing phase. For proper force absorption, the knee joint should be flexed upon footstrike and the ankle should be slightly in front of the body. Footstrike begins the absorption phase as forces from initial contact are attenuated throughout the lower extremity. Absorption of forces continues as the body moves from footstrike to midstance due to vertical propulsion from the toe-off during a previous gait cycle.

Midstance is defined as the time at which the lower extremity limb of focus is in knee flexion directly underneath the trunk, pelvis and hips. It is at this point that propulsion begins to occur as the hips undergo hip extension, the knee joint undergoes extension and the ankle undergoes plantar flexion. Propulsion continues until the leg is extended behind the body and toe off occurs. This involves maximal hip extension, knee extension and plantar flexion for the subject, resulting in the body being pushed forward from this motion and the ankle/foot leaves the ground as initial swing begins.

Most recent research, particularly regarding the footstrike debate, has focused solely on the absorption phases for injury identification and prevention purposes. The propulsion phase of running involves the movement beginning at midstance until toe off. From a full stride length model however, components of the terminal swing and footstrike can aid in propulsion. Set up for propulsion begins at the end of terminal swing as the hip joint flexes, creating the maximal range of motion for the hip extensors to accelerate through and produce force. As the hip extensors change from reciporatory inhibitors to primary muscle movers, the lower extremity is brought back toward the ground, although aided greatly by the stretch reflex and gravity. Footstrike and absorption phases occur next with two types of outcomes. This phase can be only a continuation of momentum from the stretch reflex reaction to hip flexion, gravity and light hip extension with a heel strike, which does little to provide force absorption through the ankle joint. With a mid/forefoot strike, loading of the gastro-soleus complex from shock absorption will serve to aid in plantar flexion from midstance to toe-off. As the lower extremity enters midstance, true propulsion begins. The hip extensors continue contracting along with help from the acceleration of gravity and the stretch reflex left over from maximal hip flexion during the terminal swing phase. Hip extension pulls the ground underneath the body, thereby pulling the runner forward. During midstance, the knee should be in some degree of knee flexion due to elastic loading from the absorption and footstrike phases to preserve forward momentum. The ankle joint is in dorsiflexion at this point underneath the body, either elastically loaded from a mid/forefoot strike or preparing for stand-alone concentric plantar flexion. All three joints perform the final propulsive movements during toe-off. The plantar flexors plantar flex, pushing off from the ground and returning from dorsiflexion in midstance. This can either occur by releasing the elastic load from an earlier mid/forefoot strike or concentrically contracting from a heel strike. With a forefoot strike, both the ankle and knee joints will release their stored elastic energy from the footstrike/absorption phase. The quadriceps group/knee extensors go into full knee extension, pushing the body off of the ground. At the same time, the knee flexors and stretch reflex pull the knee back into flexion, adding to a pulling motion on the ground and beginning the initial swing phase. The hip extensors extend to maximum, adding the forces pulling and pushing off of the ground. The movement and momentum generated by the hip extensors also contributes to knee flexion and the beginning of the initial swing phase.

Initial swing is the response of both stretch reflexes and concentric movements to the propulsion movements of the body. Hip flexion and knee flexion occur beginning the return of the limb to the starting position and setting up for another footstrike. Initial swing ends at midswing, when the limb is again directly underneath the trunk, pelvis and hip with the knee joint flexed and hip flexion continuing. Terminal swing then begins as hip flexion continues to the point of activation of the stretch reflex of the hip extensors. The knee begins to extend slightly as it swings to the anterior portion of the body. The foot then makes contact with the ground with footstrike, completing the running cycle of one side of the lower extremity. Each limb of the lower extremity works opposite to the other. When one side is in toe-off/propulsion, the other hand is in the swing/recovery phase preparing for footstrike. Following toe-off and the beginning of the initial swing of one side, there is a flight phase where neither extremity is in contact with the ground due to the opposite side finishing terminal swing. As the footstrike of the one hand occurs, initial swing continues. The opposing limbs meet with one in midstance and midswing, beginning the propulsion and terminal swing phases.

Upper extremity function serves mainly in providing balance in conjunction with the opposing side of the lower extremity. The movement of each leg is paired with the opposite arm which serves to counterbalance the body, particularly during the stance phase. The arms move most effectively (as seen in elite athletes) with the elbow joint at an approximately 90 degrees or less, the hands swinging from the hips up to mid chest level with the opposite leg, the Humerus moving from being parallel with the trunk to approximately 45 degrees shoulder extension (never passing the trunk in flexion) and with as little movement in the transverse plane as possible. The trunk also rotates in conjunction with arm swing. It mainly serves as a balance point from which the limbs are anchored. Thus trunk motion should remain mostly stable with little motion except for slight rotation as excessive movement would contribute to transverse motion and wasted energy.

Recent research into various forms of running has focused on the differences, in the potential injury risks and shock absorption capabilities between heel and mid/forefoot footstrikes. It has been shown that heel striking is generally associated with higher rates of injury and impact due to inefficient shock absorption and inefficient biomechanical compensations for these forces. This is due to forces from a heel strike traveling through bones for shock absorption rather than being absorbed by muscles. Since bones cannot disperse forces easily, the forces are transmitted to other parts of the body, including ligaments, joints and bones in the rest of the lower extremity all the way up to the lower back. This causes the body to use abnormal compensatory motions in an attempt to avoid serious bone injuries. These compensations include internal rotation of the tibia, knee and hip joints. Excessive amounts of compensation over time have been linked to higher risk of injuries in those joints as well as the muscles involved in those motions. Conversely, a mid/forefoot strike has been associated with greater efficiency and lower injury risk due to the triceps surae being used as a lever system to absorb forces with the muscles eccentrically rather than through the bone. Landing with a mid/forefoot strike has also been shown to not only properly attenuate shock but allows the triceps surae to aid in propulsion via reflexive plantarflexion after stretching to absorb ground contact forces. Thus a mid/forefoot strike may aid in propulsion. However, even among elite athletes there are variations in self selected footstrike types. This is especially true in longer distance events, where there is a prevalence of heel strikers. There does tend however to be a greater percentage of mid/forefoot striking runners in the elite fields, particularly in the faster racers and the winning individuals or groups. While one could attribute the faster speeds of elite runners compared to recreational runners with similar footstrikes to physiological differences, the hip and joints have been left out of the equation for proper propulsion. This brings up the question as to how heel striking elite distance runners are able to keep up such high paces with a supposedly inefficient and injurious foot strike technique.

Biomechanical factors associated with elite runners include increased hip function, use and stride length over recreational runners. An increase in running speeds causes increased ground reaction forces and elite distance runners must compensate for this to maintain their pace over long distances. These forces are attenuated through increased stride length via increased hip flexion and extension through decreased ground contact time and more force being used in propulsion. With increased propulsion in the horizontal plane, less impact occurs from decreased force in the vertical plane. Increased hip flexion allows for increased use of the hip extensors through midstance and toe-off, allowing for more force production. The difference even between world-class and national-level 1500-m runners has been associated with more efficient hip joint function. The increase in velocity likely comes from the increased range of motion in hip flexion and extension, allowing for greater acceleration and velocity. The hip extensors and hip extension have been linked to more powerful knee extension during toe-off, which contributes to propulsion. Stride length must be properly increased with some degree of knee flexion maintained through the terminal swing phases, as excessive knee extension during this phase along with footstrike has been associated with higher impact forces due to braking and an increased prevalence of heel striking. Elite runners tend to exhibit some degree of knee flexion at footstrike and midstance, which first serves to eccentrically absorb impact forces in the quadriceps muscle group. Secondly it allows for the knee joint to concentrically contract and provides major aid in propulsion during toe-off as the quadriceps group is capable of produce large amounts of force. Recreational runners have been shown to increase stride length through increased knee extension rather than increased hip flexion as exhibited by elite runners, which serves instead to provide an intense braking motion with each step and decrease the rate and efficiency of knee extension during toe-off, slowing down speed. Knee extension however contributes to additional stride length and propulsion during toe-off and is seen more frequently in elite runners as well.

Leaning forward places a runner's center of mass on the front part of the foot, which avoids landing on the heel and facilitates the use of the spring mechanism of the foot. It also makes it easier for the runner to avoid landing the foot in front of the center of mass and the resultant braking effect. While upright posture is essential, a runner should maintain a relaxed frame and use their core to keep posture upright and stable. This helps prevent injury as long as the body is neither rigid nor tense. The most common running mistakes are tilting the chin up and scrunching shoulders.

Exercise physiologists have found that the stride rates are extremely consistent across professional runners, between 185 and 200 steps per minute. The main difference between long- and short-distance runners is the length of stride rather than the rate of stride.

During running, the speed at which the runner moves may be calculated by multiplying the cadence (steps per minute) by the stride length. Running is often measured in terms of pace in minutes per mile or kilometer. Different types of stride are necessary for different types of running. When sprinting, runners stay on their toes bringing their legs up, using shorter and faster strides. Long-distance runners tend to have more relaxed strides that vary.

While there exists the potential for injury while running (just as there is in any sport), there are many benefits. Some of these benefits include potential weight loss, improved cardiovascular and respiratory health (reducing the risk of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases), improved cardiovascular fitness, reduced total blood cholesterol, strengthening of bones (and potentially increased bone density), possible strengthening of the immune system and an improved self-esteem and emotional state. Running, like all forms of regular exercise, can effectively slow or reverse the effects of aging. Even people who have already experienced a heart attack are 20% less likely to develop serious heart problems if more engaged in running or any type of aerobic activity.

Although an optimal amount of vigorous aerobic exercise such as running might bring benefits related to lower cardiovascular disease and life extension, an excessive dose (e.g., marathons) might have an opposite effect associated with cardiotoxicity.

Running can assist people in losing weight, staying in shape and improving body composition. Research suggests that the person of average weight will burn approximately 100 calories per mile run. Running increases one's metabolism, even after running; one will continue to burn an increased level of calories for a short time after the run. Different speeds and distances are appropriate for different individual health and fitness levels. For new runners, it takes time to get into shape. The key is consistency and a slow increase in speed and distance. While running, it is best to pay attention to how one's body feels. If a runner is gasping for breath or feels exhausted while running, it may be beneficial to slow down or try a shorter distance for a few weeks. If a runner feels that the pace or distance is no longer challenging, then the runner may want to speed up or run farther.

Running can also have psychological benefits, as many participants in the sport report feeling an elated, euphoric state, often referred to as a "runner's high". Running is frequently recommended as therapy for people with clinical depression and people coping with addiction. A possible benefit may be the enjoyment of nature and scenery, which also improves psychological well-being (see Ecopsychology § Practical benefits).

In animal models, running has been shown to increase the number of newly created neurons within the brain. This finding could have significant implications in aging as well as learning and memory. A recent study published in Cell Metabolism has also linked running with improved memory and learning skills.

Running is an effective way to reduce stress, anxiety, depression, and tension. It helps people who struggle with seasonal affective disorder by running outside when it is sunny and warm. Running can improve mental alertness and also improves sleep. Both research and clinical experience have shown that exercise can be a treatment for serious depression and anxiety even some physicians prescribe exercise to most of their patients. Running can have a longer lasting effect than anti-depressants.

Many injuries are associated with running because of its high-impact nature. Change in running volume may lead to development of patellofemoral pain syndrome, iliotibial band syndrome, patellar tendinopathy, plica syndrome, and medial tibial stress syndrome. Change in running pace may cause Achilles Tendinitis, gastrocnemius injuries, and plantar fasciitis. Repetitive stress on the same tissues without enough time for recovery or running with improper form can lead to many of the above. Runners generally attempt to minimize these injuries by warming up before exercise, focusing on proper running form, performing strength training exercises, eating a well balanced diet, allowing time for recovery, and "icing" (applying ice to sore muscles or taking an ice bath).

Some runners may experience injuries when running on concrete surfaces. The problem with running on concrete is that the body adjusts to this flat surface running, and some of the muscles will become weaker, along with the added impact of running on a harder surface. Therefore, it is advised[by whom?] to change terrain occasionally – such as trail, beach, or grass running. This is more unstable ground and allows the legs to strengthen different muscles. Runners should be wary of twisting their ankles on such terrain. Running downhill also increases knee stress and should, therefore, be avoided. Reducing the frequency and duration can also prevent injury.

Barefoot running has been promoted as a means of reducing running related injuries, but this remains controversial and a majority of professionals advocate the wearing of appropriate shoes as the best method for avoiding injury. However, a study in 2013 concluded that wearing neutral shoes is not associated with increased injuries.

Another common, running-related injury is chafing, caused by repetitive rubbing of one piece of skin against another, or against an article of clothing. One common location for chafe to occur is the runner's upper thighs. The skin feels coarse and develops a rash-like look. A variety of deodorants and special anti-chafing creams are available to treat such problems. Chafe is also likely to occur on the nipple. There are a variety of home remedies that runners use to deal with chafing while running such as band-aids and using grease to reduce friction. Prevention is key which is why form fitting clothes are important.

An iliotibial band is a muscle and tendon that is attached to the hip and runs the length of the thigh to attach to the upper part of the tibia, and the band is what helps the knee to bend. This is an injury that is located at the knee and shows symptoms of swelling outside the knee. Iliotibial band syndrome is also known as "runner's knee" or "jogger's knee" because it can be caused by jogging or running. Once pain or swelling is noticeable it is important to put ice on it immediately and it is recommended to rest the knee for better healing. Most knee injuries can be treated by light activity and much rest for the knee. In more serious cases, arthroscopy is the most common to help repair ligaments but severe situations reconstructive surgery would be needed. A survey was taken in 2011 with knee injuries being 22.7% of the most common injuries.

A more known injury is medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) which is the accurate name for shin splints. This is caused during running when the muscle is being overused along the front of the lower leg with symptoms that affect 2 to 6 inches of the muscle. Shin Splints have sharp, splinter-like pain, that is typically X-rayed by doctors but is not necessary for shin splints to be diagnosed. To help prevent shin splints it is commonly known to stretch before and after a workout session, and also avoid heavy equipment especially during the first couple of workout sessions. Also to help prevent shin splints don't increase the intensity of a workout more than 10% a week. To treat shin splints it is important to rest with the least amount of impact on your legs and apply ice to the area. A survey showed that shin splints 12.7% of the most common injuries in running with blisters being the top percentage at 30.9%.

Running is both a competition and a type of training for sports that have running or endurance components. As a sport, it is split into events divided by distance and sometimes includes permutations such as the obstacles in steeplechase and hurdles. Running races are contests to determine which of the competitors is able to run a certain distance in the shortest time. Today, competitive running events make up the core of the sport of athletics. Events are usually grouped into several classes, each requiring substantially different athletic strengths and involving different tactics, training methods, and types of competitors.

Running competitions have probably existed for most of humanity's history and were a key part of the ancient Olympic Games as well as the modern Olympics. The activity of running went through a period of widespread popularity in the United States during the running boom of the 1970s. Over the next two decades, as many as 25 million Americans were doing some form of running or jogging – accounting for roughly one tenth of the population. Today, road racing is a popular sport among non-professional athletes, who included over 7.7 million people in America alone in 2002.

Footspeed, or sprint speed, is the maximum speed at which a human can run. It is affected by many factors, varies greatly throughout the population, and is important in athletics and many sports.

The fastest human footspeed on record is 44.7 km/h (12.4 m/s, 27.8 mph), seen during a 100-meter sprint (average speed between the 60th and the 80th meter) by Usain Bolt.

(see Category:Athletics (track and field) record progressions)

Track running events are individual or relay events with athletes racing over specified distances on an oval running track. The events are categorized as sprints, middle and long-distance, and hurdling.

Road running takes place on a measured course over an established road (as opposed to track and cross country running). These events normally range from distances of 5 kilometers to longer distances such as half marathons and marathons, and they may involve scores of runners or wheelchair entrants.

Cross country running takes place over the open or rough terrain. The courses used for these events may include grass, mud, woodlands, hills, flat ground and water. It is a popular participatory sport and is one of the events which, along with track and field, road running, and racewalking, makes up the umbrella sport of athletics.

The majority of popular races do not incorporate a significant change in elevation as a key component of a course. There are several, disparate variations that feature significant inclines or declines. These fall into two main groups.

The naturalistic group is based on outdoor racing over geographical features. Among these are the cross country-related sports of fell running (a tradition associated with Northern Europe) and trail running (mainly ultramarathon distances), the running/climbing combination of skyrunning (organised by the International Skyrunning Federation with races across North America, Europe and East Asia) and the mainly trail- and road-centred mountain running (governed by the World Mountain Running Association and based mainly in Europe).

The second variety of vertical running is based on human structures, such as stairs and man-made slopes. The foremost type of this is tower running, which sees athletes compete indoors, running up steps within very tall structures such as the Eiffel Tower or Empire State Building.

Sprints are short running events in athletics and track and field. Races over short distances are among the oldest running competitions. The first 13 editions of the Ancient Olympic Games featured only one event – the stadion race, which was a race from one end of the stadium to the other. There are three sprinting events which are currently held at the Olympics and outdoor World Championships: the 100 metres, 200 metres, and 400 metres. These events have their roots in races of imperial measurements which were later altered to metric: the 100 m evolved from the 100-yard dash, the 200 m distances came from the furlong (or 1/8 of a mile), and the 400 m was the successor to the 440-yard dash or quarter-mile race.

At the professional level, sprinters begin the race by assuming a crouching position in the starting blocks before leaning forward and gradually moving into an upright position as the contest progresses and momentum is gained. Athletes remain in the same lane on the running track throughout all sprinting events, with the sole exception of the 400 m indoors. Races up to 100 m are largely focused upon acceleration to an athlete's maximum speed. All sprints beyond this distance increasingly incorporate an element of endurance. Human physiology dictates that a runner's near-top speed cannot be maintained for more than thirty seconds or so as lactic acid builds up, and leg muscles begin to be deprived of oxygen.

The 60 metres is a common indoor event and it an indoor world championship event. Other less-common events include the 50 metres, 55 metres, 300 metres and 500 metres which are used in some high and collegiate competitions in the United States. The 150 metres, is rarely competed: Pietro Mennea set a world best in 1983, Olympic champions Michael Johnson and Donovan Bailey went head-to-head over the distance in 1997, and Usain Bolt improved Mennea's record in 2009.

Middle-distance running events are track races longer than sprints up to 3000 metres. The standard middle distances are the 800 metres, 1500 metres and mile run, although the 3000 metres may also be classified as a middle-distance event. The 880-yard run, or half-mile, was the forebear to the 800 m distance and it has its roots in competitions in the United Kingdom in the 1830s. The 1500 m came about as a result of running three laps of a 500 m track, which was commonplace in continental Europe in the 1900s.

Examples of longer-distance running events are long-distance track races, half marathons, marathons, ultramarathons, and multiday races.


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@4jhr I'm running out of places to put snow. In my younger days, I could pile it head high or more, but anymore I p…
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If IQ was starting, He would be running away with ROY. Disagree if you want but IQ is scoring 23 points ppg (per 36 mins). #IQforROY
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; so upset about my cousin Gabe getting buried today rest in peace .. may we all come together not to see color of…
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Imagine if the people who hijacked the planes on 9/11 had individuals running for Congress who represented their in…
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An optical illusion for tonight. First you see a man running into the snow ... and then ...
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It’s official! I’m running for Congress against Lauren Boebert. We need a Congresswoman who understands that real…
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My name is Bruno Amato. I'm announcing my candidacy against Kevin McCarthy. I'm a Democrat, Veteran, Union Member a…
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RT @SueVavoom: I used to party 4 times a week. Running on 4hrs of sleep. Make it to work on time and still fix my fingers to text my friend…
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I COME RUNNING TO YOU LIKE A MOTH INTO A FLAME BUY DEFENCELESS ON ITUNES
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RT @SueVavoom: I used to party 4 times a week. Running on 4hrs of sleep. Make it to work on time and still fix my fingers to text my friend…
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RT @KamiahAdams: RETWEET THIS!!!! This is AMAZING!! KEEP RUNNING IT UP YALLLLL ! #bradleybeal #NBAAllStar #vote
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ai adoraria participar ou no going seventeen ou running man
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Braveflame is a fluffy ginger tabby with cream-colored fur on his neck, underbelly, paws, and tail-tip. He has thre…
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RT @elimieralanegra: costs $0.00 to rt my luxury brand ✨ sage bag, pre-orders up and running
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RT @BrunoAmato_1: My name is Bruno Amato and I'm running against Kevin McCarthy (Q-CA). Unlike Kevin McCarthy, my loyalty will be to the Co…
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RT @BrunoAmato_1: My name is Bruno Amato and I'm running against Kevin McCarthy (Q-CA). Unlike Kevin McCarthy, my loyalty will be to the Co…
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#loverunning #running #ο_κυκλος_των_χαμενων_δρομικων Συνηθισμένο δρομολόγιο μετά την δουλειά🤘
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RT @BrunoAmato_1: My name is Bruno Amato. I'm announcing my candidacy against Kevin McCarthy. I'm a Democrat, Veteran, Union Member and Son…
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@TheRavynElise i mean the brand my parents use doesn’t bother me but like starbucks, dunkin, mcdonald’s all that ..…
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RT @KatyJayne101: Britain 2021: A Transport Secretary with no grasp of geography, an Education Secretary who used to sell fireplaces, a non…
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RT @KerryDonovanCO: It’s official! I’m running for Congress against Lauren Boebert. We need a Congresswoman who understands that real toug…
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Discover how and why cultural differences impact the #GlobalEconomy in our upcoming course; 'Cultural Awareness for…
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RT @WajahatAli: It hasn't even been a month and Republicans like Nancy Mace are trying to whitewash a violent insurrection and rewrite hist…
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RT @EricG1247: I'm a Democrat and disabled Marine vet running against Devin Nunes If you believe like me RT & follow What I believe in U…
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Running #bitcoin
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RT @cyberdurag: please share this graphic, especially the white ppl that follow me. my savings are running low and i have no other source o…
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RT @TalkinLadyShiva: When Future State Red Hood tries to go after Future State Cassandra Cain but ends up running into Future State Lady Sh…
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RT @housetrotter: caring for your children, keeping your household running, staying sane under these conditions is hard enough. imagine on…
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RT @NikkiCallowayy: Mr Moesby was such a loyal employee for no reason. If two white boys kept running around in the lobby im supposed to ma…
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RT @AccountableGOP: Here's the ad that will run in @LeaderMcConnell's home state of Kentucky on Fox News. 21 other GOP senators will have…
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RT @robreiner: What a pleasure to finally have a real President running our country. Republicans are going to have to decide if they want t…
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RT @zkeefer: On Day 1, Reggie Wayne walked up to Marvin Harrison and told him this: "I’m gonna do everything I can to stop teams from doubl…
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Hear from the diverse set of candidates, including myself, running for #Pennsylvania judicial openings in the…
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RT @melanatedmomma: running to the beat of your mind will leave your heart very tired. and when your heart finally catches up, you will fee…
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RT @lalaakindoju: A certain Mr Femi Durojaiye is running a promo for young/new actors to pay N35,000 to secure them roles in films. It is n…
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RT @jonhurwitz: We knew moving to @netflix would do wonders for our visibility, but floored @CobraKaiSeries has been America's most in-dema…
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@UKLabour you lot would have been even worse than the bunch of tossers running the show now. imagine how many dead…
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RT @ChipWile: To celebrate less than 10 days until the 63rd running of the Daytona 500, I will give away this @NewEraCap Champions Hat to a…
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RT @Dealabs: 👀 Abonnement Tinder Gold gratuit pendant 1 mois si vous courez au moins 7km (Attention la team, ne gaspillez pas vos "Super…
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RT @crcaylor: @joelockhart She was literally running for office for some of it. They have no backbones and certainly NO MORALS OR VALUES.
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RT @lalaakindoju: A certain Mr Femi Durojaiye is running a promo for young/new actors to pay N35,000 to secure them roles in films. It is n…
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@itsbriancuh Yes and it ended with putting her down 😭😭😭 she kept running out onto a busy road and got hit.
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"She said McCarthy told the President, “Yes they are, they just came through my windows and my staff is running for…
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Wrong vote, Sen. Burr. I am running to replace Richard Burr because North Carolina needs a true conservative champi…
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When the establishment hates you and wants to prevent you from ever running again you know you’re doing something r…
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paying $23 for a lukewarm hamburger delivered by a guy who has never had health insurance, our economy is running flawlessly
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RT @DonaldJTrumpJr: When the establishment hates you and wants to prevent you from ever running again you know you’re doing something right…
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RT @AJEY_RAI: Who is the man running away with the black bag when Sushant's body was being taken out? Who Killed Sushant And Disha
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A lot of people died and there where sounds of screams everywhere. The people who survived where running around eve…
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We took Amiya to the er bc she was running a low fever and I’m paranoid well by the time we got there the fever was…
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RT @jessiekaybaby: ⏳ Time is running out to subscribe to my VIP OnlyFans and buy my dropbox links for 50% off!!⏳ Come get instant access t…
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I-LAND with clownery is really something that cannot be separated🤡clown DNA already running in our blood🤡
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1 - Donny is on the shoulder of the last man in defence, wanting a ball in behind. 2 - Fred opts to go sideways ag…
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RT @Santa_Dinesh: #ParrisJeyaraj Makes you laugh out so hard! Running successfully! 😄 #ParrisJeyarajInCinemasNow @iamsanthanam #Johnson…
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RT @Queerty: LAST CHANCE! Time is running out to vote for @ladygaga for BADASS at the #Queerties! Vote for all your #LGBTQ favorites once a…
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RT @ChattJazz: .@glennkirschner2 .@CheriJacobus .@B52Malmet .@robreiner After 43 GOP Senators once again desecrated the Constitution in fai…
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@CherylOfficial You make me feel brand new and I wanna spend my life with you,let me be the one you coming running…
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I didn’t get put on call today and I’m running on pretty much no sleep so rip to me
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@reluctantnicko So who would be the main financier for running the club and transfers? would it be similar to the "…
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RT @AbhishBanerj: In Assam rally, Rahul Gandhi promises to take from Gujarat's traders and give higher wages to tea garden workers in Assam…
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RT @curvyqueen1220: Happy Valentine’s Day. I’m running a sale TODAY only... $15 sexting session! Message me and let me be your favorite Val…
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RT @treaclemoon_UK: GIVEAWAY TIME! As it's Valentines Day & WE LOVE YOU. Simply retweet this post for your chance to win these goodies!❤️We…
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RT @CovRecycleClub: Times running out ...... #Competition time 🤩🤩🤩 To win £40 of #Love2shop vouchers ~ Follow, Like & Retweet ~ Winner…
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RT @VijayFansTrends: Poove Unakkaga was the first blockbuster in Thalapathy @actorvijay career and went on to become a Silver Jubilee, runn…
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@stocksharks_ Right, because running ghost kitchens is so easy. What a joke. Most businesses which are primarily restaurants don’t make it
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RT @vantaedahyun: taehyung and dahyun trying to randomly take off running man members’ nametags (haha and kwangsoo) just because they want…
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Singles Awareness Day 14 years running.
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HOKA have raised the bar yet again following the HOKA Carbon X 2. This second-generation shoe also welcomed the 2nd…
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RT @BrunoAmato_1: My opponent Kevin McCarthy (Q-CA) is a disgrace to California. My name is Bruno Amato. I’m the Democrat running to unseat…
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RT @BrunoAmato_1: My opponent Kevin McCarthy (Q-CA) is a disgrace to California. My name is Bruno Amato. I’m the Democrat running to unseat…
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@_thfcjack 5th ? So fooking what? Seriously stop telling me where Poch finished, he didn’t win anything with a team…
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RT @vini_bright: @Bobbojann @IeeSZN U have a point there....some people just see people and players running around.....u will nt watch Mess…
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RT @biaschoi: at ur school's sports festival; he is participating in speed running and relay race. as u pass the baton, he turns around and…
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RT @Queerty: LAST CHANCE! Time is running out to vote for @JoaquinBondoni for FAVORITE FOLLOW at the #Queerties! Vote for all your #LGBTQ f…
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RT @BrunoAmato_1: My opponent Kevin McCarthy (Q-CA) is a disgrace to California. My name is Bruno Amato. I’m the Democrat running to unseat…
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RT @JohnReedwrites: “Trains in parts of the country stopped running after staff refused to go to work, local media reported, while the mili…
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yut-lung My heart's running out of cellotape
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Baby u must be tired coz u r running in my mind from the day I saw u ..😭❤ SHEHNAAZ HITS 7M ON IG @ishehnaaz_gill #ShehnaazGill
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RT @alaminkimathi: Why is noone pushing to have the IEBC fixed? Since all in the running know that the shell IEBC is purposely retained to…
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RT @muigai_mac: @Tobiiii__ @jaysonrogue And the father running towards the Prodigal sounds celestial until it is you walking back to God's…
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These 30+ game-changing habits are easy to do and will help you run faster, stay healthy, and stay motivated. #runner #running #motherrunner #marathon #5k #10k #runningtips #runninghacks #runninghabits
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What to Wear When Running: 5 Best Running Outfits What to wear to go running, workout outfit ideas, workout gear, what to wear when running, running outfits, gym outfits, how to work out and look good, look good working out, fitness life, fitlife
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#runitoff
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The growth of the running populace in recent years is undeniable. According to Running USA’s latest State of the Sport Report, there were 8.3 million finishers in domestic 5K races in 2014, and that number is only expected to continue its upward trend. It’s no wonder when you consider the growing body of medical research …
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Post Run Stretches - best stretches to prevent injury and increase mobility for better running
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Prevent runner's knee from coming back with these simple body weight exercises to strengthen weak muscles that cause knee pain. #running #runningtips #strengthexercises
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This is your long distance running recovery plan set out in timeline form! What and when you start the recovery process after a long run can make all the difference so do it right! #distancerunningbeginner
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I honestly want this board to be about running inspiration not people showing off their Nike pros and their 6 packs and brand new sneakers so I hopefully am leaning towards the more trail running posts
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Whether you’ve started running last week or been doing it for years, here are the golden rules of running. If you understand and apply the following seven rules, you’ll attain the running gains you seek. #running #workout #rules
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Whether you're in school or enjoy it in your spare time, track is an incredible sport. You'll love these track and field Instagram captions!
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We revealed 15 of our BEST running hacks, to make your life easier! Find out how to make running easier, with these 15 genius running hacks.
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5k is one of my favourite distances. I’ve spoken a lot about 5k races on my blog, mainly Parkun! Running a 5k in 25 minutes or less should not be underestimated. There’s a decent amount of training that needs to go into your training plan in order to get you where you want to be.
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This is your long distance running recovery plan set out in timeline form! What and when you start the recovery process after a long run can make all the difference so do it right! #distancerunningbeginner
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We’ve compiled our favorite trail running documentaries all in one place. They are all free and can be viewed right now via Youtube or Vimeo below. These running documentaries are perfect for when you are sick or injured or just need a bit of extra motivation to keep up those miles week in and week out. No matter what your reason, we know you’ll find something inspiring! #documentaries #running #trailrunning
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5k is one of my favourite distances. I’ve spoken a lot about 5k races on my blog, mainly Parkun! Running a 5k should not be underestimated, especially if you want to run it in 25 minutes or less. There’s a decent amount of training that needs to go into your training plan in order to get you where you want to be. When I first started running all those years ago, 5k was a distance that I enjoyed building up to.
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#running #run
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11 Tips on How to Run A Faster 5K - Train for a 5K.com
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Not a running person? Looking to switch it up? Try one of these 8 exercises that can burn up to double the calories of running and shed the pounds away!
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Running will change your body shape and it's mainly for the better. Read on to find out more... #running #fitnesstips
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The 5-Move Workout That's Critical for Runners
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9 lecciones de running que puedes aplicar a tu vida cotidiana
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I honestly want this board to be about running inspiration not people showing off their Nike pros and their 6 packs and brand new sneakers so I hopefully am leaning towards the more trail running posts
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What To Eat Before You Run: A Guide | Free People Blog #freepeople
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Whether you're in school or enjoy it in your spare time, track is an incredible sport. You'll love these track and field Instagram captions!
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Beautiful run Up and down Kungsberget with @elisabethnieva 🦖♥️🦕🥇 . @adventures.of.gabo . . . . #run #runner #running #photography #instapic #fit #runtoinspire #furtherfasterstronger #seenonmyrun #trailrunning #trailrunner #runhappy #instagood #time2run #instafit #happyrunner #marathon #runners #photooftheday #trailrun #fitness #workout #cardio #training #instarunner #instarun #van #campervan #vanlife
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The end of your strength is the beginning of God’s. When you fall, He will pick you up. When you make a mistake, He has already found a way to use it for good. When you doubt yourself, you have more of a reason to place your faith in Him. . . . #running #faith #gratitude #prayer #mindbodyspirit #thankful #faithbreedsendurance
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#faithbreedsendurance #prayer #gratitude #faith #thankful
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Вот парочка основных упражнений для спорта талии и пресса. Недавно начала заниматься спортом и результаты особо таки и не видно, но в этом видео я всё равно хотела вам показать главные упражнения. Главное- это желание ✨❤️ и ещё не забывай про питание 🍛 . . . . #photo #ideya #flowers #art #portrait #running #amazing #спорт #время #drawing #stilllife #instagram #instagood #instalike #liketime #time #night #style #me #witch #place #home #sky #summer #rainbow #liketime #sport #management #press #waist
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#witch #photo #waist #drawing #portrait
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☾.𝕀’𝕞 𝕒 𝕔𝕠𝕠𝕝 𝕕𝕠𝕘 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦いい顔して飛んだり、 ¦驚いたり、 ¦走ったり、 ¦人生の先輩みたいな顔したり ¦可愛い笑顔みせたり ¦ ¦ ¦無気力わんこと見せかけての、この表情というより体情(?)がとても素敵なキャラクター。みんな君のことだいすきだよ🌱 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ #ジブリ #ジブリの世界 #ジブリ大好き #ハウルの動く城 #ユニーク #犬 #ghibli #ghiblimovies #howlsmovingcastle #character #dog #unique #cute #cutedog #fly #running #surprise #cool #smile #green #colorful #wonderful #face #love
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#cool #character #running #dog #face
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疲労確認ラン 負荷のかかるような走り方はしてなかったはずなのに昨日から左脹脛が張って痛たかった。明日はビッグスワンのトラックでインターバル練習したいから状態の確認。 恐る恐る走り始めて問題なさそうなので上げて終了! 最近このパターン多いな😅 家の近くで流し5本(往復) 足音で近所のお爺さん出てきた💦お騒がせしてすみませんでした🥺 ズームペガサス37は気持ちや走れて脚に優しい自分に合ったシューズだと再認識しました😉✨ #ランニング #ぼっちラン #田舎道ラン #疲労確認ラン #ウインドスプリント #ハシリマスタグラム #igランナーズ #ig新潟ランナー #ランニング好きな人と繋がりたい #ガーミン #ナイキ #ズームペガサス37 #running #runningalone #windsprints #igrunners #garminconnect #nike #airzoompegasus37 #garmin #garminforathlete230j
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#running #nike #ig新潟ランナー #garminforathlete230j #igランナーズ
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Hoy es 20 de Junio 2020 , hace 3 años hoy, empezó a entrenar bajo el metodo original de OCUMARE del TUY del ESTADO MIRANDA en VENEZUELA, de la fundación sin fines de lucro @michaelskenpok , el Sr.@bigdaddy_caddy PETER CRUZ el primero de los MUÑEC@S mios en la ciudad de HIALEAH FL, el mundo ve el resultado pero no el proceso... las GRACIAS le doy por su apoyo incondicional , de las personas que hemos visto en la mala y en la fea en USA, a DIOS todopoderoso le pido que lo bendiga con salud, energía y Sabiduría y que el haga el resto... como todos aquellos que en diferentes épocas nos han ayudado sabiendo lo que hay.... lo que se comparte no se olvida ni se pierde... seguimos adelante con constancia y disciplina SIN LIMITES... NADIE TRAGANDO MOSCAS!!! #kenpokarate #boxing #bjiujitsu #mma #selfdefense #running #run #runforlife #runners #nomorebullying #endbullying #stopbullying #venezuela #vallesdeltuy #ocumaredeltuy #usa #miami #miamibeach #miamideltuy #doral #kendall #weston #hialeah #brikell #keybiscayne #sunnyislandbeach #coachforlife #maestroverdadero 100% LIBRE DE FARISEOS... 2020 - 2030 TODOS CONTENTOS!!!
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#miamibeach #bjiujitsu #selfdefense #running #coachforlife
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#runningtherapy
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Great run this morning with @adammartyy Used to nearly kill myself every time I ran trying to run as fast as I could and started to hate running. But I have learnt to find a steadier pace to run at and enjoy it more #run #running #instarunners #enjoy #fitness #training #runningmotivation #runhappy #fit #fitnessaddict #cardio #lifestyle #love #exercise #healthylifestyle #feelgood
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#cardio #love #healthylifestyle #instarunners #running
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#nature #bhfyp #spor #love #soccer
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My happiness on saturday. • __🛣__🌲_☘️_🏔__🏃🏼‍♂️_🌿__🌧_ • #DoiSuthep #KhunChangKhian #ChiangMai #TrailRunning #Run #Running #WingNaiDee #58k
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#khunchangkhian #doisuthep #wingnaidee #trailrunning #chiangmai