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I live in a great place to run but it has its little hills and those v.long steady hills so i cant ignore them really when i go for a run. Im enjoying trying them out on my runs, but would like some advice on how to tackle them. At present i try to not use my arms downhill but let my legs do the work on there own, up hill, try to move up on the balls of my feet and use the lower part of my legs and use my arms. I feel so new to this so any advice is welcome hayley
 

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O.k thanks for that, one week away from my 10k so ill try my best up till then.
Iv been lucky in the injury department, havent had anything really apart from a few weeks ago a pain after about 3miles in my bum of all places, that stopped me running. Iv since been stretching more and its got better now but i do get twinges now and then. I dont know if it was my hip or pirifomis.
 

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Good luck to you too, my other half has had alot of physio in the past so now he practices all his bending and stretching on me, but it seems to be working, plus he trys too find time to do this to me on non running days too.H.
 
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