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    Quote Originally Posted by Teenz View Post
    Oh sorry thanks for clarifying.
    No worries. I should add that this is just my opinion, I'm not a physio or PT, just someone who took up running about 3 years ago who has so far remained (relatively) injury free. And I think a big hurdle to clear for new runners isn't improving times, increasing distances or losing weight - it's avoiding injury.

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    I just wanted to add - do you have good running shoes? One of the best ways to minimise the risk of injury when running is good running shoes.

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