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LOL, the great thing about runners is that they offer unsollicited advice (just look at this thread, don't see anybody asking "does anybody have any advice for me").

Sooo, since nobody asked: 1. lifting your feet after a long run (putting your feet/legs on the couch while laying on the carpet), which makes it easier to get your legs' old blood back to the heart (gravity) and flush new blood back to your legs (when you stand up afterwards).

2. Men: putting bandaids on your nipples before a long run (if you want to avoid your sweat-soaked t-shirt's "friction costs")

Maarten
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