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3/4/12 3:34 P

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Duct taping it to your chest? Any port in a storm, I always say...

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2/4/12 9:53 P

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A pouch won't hold an aerochamber, but it will hold an inhaler by itself. Might not be ideal, but it will work in a pinch.

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2/3/12 9:38 P

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I love running.

Trouble is I haven't run since October because the humidity triggers my asthma, indoors or out. I've become afraid of having asthma attacks while running. I don't think a pouch would hold an aerochamber, and I'm not sure where I would find one either.

I guess it just sucks knowing you can't run for more than a couple minutes before starting to feel your lungs ache. Babysteps for Endurance?

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