One warm day in June, Karen Hill laced up her shoes for a run in New York City. The first two minutes felt easy, not so surprising because running was in her blood—both of her parents were marathoners and she’d been a runner as a teenager.The “freeing” feeling of the run was short-lived. After 10 minutes, Hill felt spent. “It was not a successful run,” Hill, 23, told Runner’s World, “but I was happy that I stuck to it and did it.”
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