Sprinter or Long Distance Runner?

(Distance is 2 miles or more)


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KarateSponge

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Actually, I'm more of a marcher, since I'm in parades usually something something along the lines of
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Pugs4Thugs

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I can sprint, but I prefer long distances instead. It eventually becomes rhythmic so it's like you're not even running anymore.
 

abney317

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I can still do a decent sprint but I'm too out of shape to go long distance.. although I could probably get back in gear pretty easily. Just been a while since I've played sports or anything like that so I don't do a lot of running these days
 

bronxbombers44.

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I'm a pure distance runner, I ran track in high school and am in my second year of running track in college, although long distance distance is considered over a 10k (6.2 miles). Of course this is coming from someone who runs 25/30 miles a week so I guess distance has a variety of meaning depending on the person.
 
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