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Slow it down for now till your body adjusts. Also, how's your diet? Are you getting enough "good" carbs to keep up with your new energy demands? Finally, has it been hot? The heat will sap your energy, and you need to keep well hydrated. Many runners are chronically dehydrated which leave you feeling drained.
Stick with it till you find what works!
Don't worry about how many miles everyone else runs. Just increase slowly and enjoy yourself.
The Logic of Long Distance
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I ran 4.5 miles Monday night and right now I don't feel like hitting the street again. Very low energy. Any suggestions on how to get my distance up a bit, without feeling so crappy?
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