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Running 100 miles? It may be easier on your body to go 200
If you can run 100 miles – and really, who can’t? – then you might consider doubling that distance. Turns out, scientists say, that those who go the longer distance show less neuromuscular fatigue, muscle damage and inflammation when compared with those athletes who take the easy way out with 100 miles.
By Mary MacVean
June 27, 2013