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6/29/17 7:26 P

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I confess that I generally do not warm up. It makes for a slow first mile, but it's one of the reasons I like the intervals. The breaks keep me from pushing too far, too fast and give the legs a break as they get warm. However I do try to warm up before a race to avoid that sluggish first mile. I am pretty good about doing a cool down and stretch after a run.

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6/12/17 4:22 P

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30 minutes plus warm up and cool down.

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6/12/17 3:31 P

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I have been thinking of starting using the Galloway training method, since I seem to keep hitting a wall when not using intervals. My question, though, is when I look at the training schedule (for instance, 10k), it has a 30 minute run on Tuesday and Thursday. Does that 30 minutes include warm up and cool down, or is that 30 minutes PLUS warm up and cool down?

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