I used to be a runner and gave it up because of injuries. I want to try again, but I don't want to get into the "chronic cardio" mode. Phil Maffetone encourages running at very low heart rates to force your body to rely on fats instead of carbohydrates. It seems like this would qualify as the low level aerobic activity that we should get more of, but it also has the chronic cardio edge to it. How do you really define low level aerobic activity?
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