Interesting. I thought it would be more than 7% to. I am wondering whether this is because running is such a natural activity?
I do note that the article pretty much contradicts itself. It claims that you burn more calories per mile by running faster, but if you do the math on the example in the article, it actually shows the calorie burn to be identical on a per mile basis (113.4 calories per mile).
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