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Posted by: Rië tte | 2008-11-28

Question 294

Thank you for your answer. The pain is in the inside of my leg, but your explanation makes sense because I started to include more running than walking in my 20 minutes.

Thanks again for all your precious advice.

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Hi Riette

Sure, no problem, I'm glad I was able to talk some sense! As I said, just back off, first by 20%, and then see how it goes. If it persists, drop another 20%, and see how that goes. You'll find that there comes a point where you body accepts it and says "OK, we can do this", and then you go from there.

Good luck

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