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runner forlife answered Megan goodgirl's question

I started at 12. Its when you start middle school and that's a perfect time to want to care about your appearance and feel good also. And its when you start playing for actual school sports teams and you are forced to wear shorts for uniforms. My mother told me she would let me start … Read more

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runner forlife thanked EBBe lau's answer

I usually don't wear makeup, but when I do, it's either because of a special occasion or I just felt like doing something fun! It's really fun to try different eyeshadow colors and shades, or try new makeup styles. And no, I don't give a crap about boys staring at my makeup. Boys that I've … Read more

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runner forlife answered Basketball Lover's question

I think girls look better natural. From experience guys like natural better because makeup makes them look fake. So for the girls that think its to attract guys it really doesn't, unless you want the attraction to end up in your pants. Some girls though, do wear it for fun, some think it makes them … Read more

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runner forlife answered Anonymous' question

Honestly it does not matter where you exercise as long as your exercising. Now you are wondering if you should buy a treadmill. It depends. If you want to run distance it is better to run outside or at a park on some running trails or the road. This being that you will push yourself … Read more

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runner forlife answered Tetsu Uchiha's question

I have tourettes myself its not something you get. You are born with it. Actually scientist are trying to figure out if its a genetic or environmental trait, but its not something you just get, and don't laugh about it or worry, you'll be fine.


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runner forlife answered Julia Greene's question

NO WAY! I have to be in the store to buy the outfit. Sizes always vary for different clothes and brands and I like to see how I look at least. Shopping online doesn't give you the full experience and plus not all the time can you get your money back if you decide you … Read more

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runner forlife thanked Matt Radiance's answer

You just have to keep concentrating on your running and tracks. I understand your situation but you can't over pressure yourself. You can progress normally when you do train constantly. Here everything is about three part 1.Your breathing system and health 2.The strength and power of your legs and shins. These two must be prepared … Read more

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runner forlife thanked Walter The Grump's answer

When I ran cross country and track in high school I had my share of shin splits. I finished any and all races and practices with them. I then treated them afterwards. I don't know how else to deal with them besides sucking it up and dealing with it.

Here's something I learned to help with … Read more

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runner forlife thanked Matt Radiance's answer

To be honest, dealing with it it's up to you, if you think that you can carry yourself out then continue to the finish line. But the ideal is as fast as you feel such pain and you know it's shin splint, you have to stop.

Because Shin Splint is a very serious injury and … Read more