> # It depends on my level of fitness. Currently, I run 15 miles a week.
> I run 3 to 5 times a week. Earlier this year, I was running over 20
> miles a week with a bicycle in the mix as well.
> Well advice over the internet ... you know you get what you pay
> for ...
> First thought is weight is not bad 187 for 6 foot seems like 175ish or
> 170ish would be somewhat better.
I was 165 on a 6 foot frame and I did not run any faster or further and
often queried by friends if my cancer was under control. I hang a 170-175
all year and feel fine.
> but again varies somewhat by age and how your feet/knees etc tolerate
#I am in better shape.
DFo ityn slow bugty don't doo all with speed.
> Get off the pavement/asphalt/concrete as much as you can and onto
> trails with softer footing soft dirt / hard dirt / even gravel and
> rocks are better on lower body than man made materials!
# that order.
#I suspect one of the faults of track of any form and
#pavement is that the steps tend to all the same.
Roads or track do not work all the foot, ankle tendons, muscles. Varying
the surface to something other than flat track, road, like uneven trails is
better for you feet and injury prevention. if the happen to have some
undulation, even better.