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    You think that the biggest, strongest male didn't...

    You think that the biggest, strongest male didn't rule? If you dream were true a bigger male would wait until the scrawny runner returned with food and then just take if from them.
    Who do you think...
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    Reply to Tarlach; I think you missed the whole...

    Reply to Tarlach;
    I think you missed the whole point. We aren't talking about endurance horses bred to carry people. We are talking about prey running wild and unladen.
    That was my point presisly...
  3. I only ran two marathons prior to deciding it...

    I only ran two marathons prior to deciding it wasn't for me, but I had pretty good luck using Matt Fitzgarld's program, Brain Training for Runners. The lower milage plans had 4 runs per week; 1 was...
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    Another fact about animals that evolved to run a...

    Another fact about animals that evolved to run a lot - they have a forward facing neck, so that the head does not bounce up and down as much as the base of the neck whilst running (the neck acts as a...
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    Man prefers the taste of freshly killed meat...

    Man prefers the taste of freshly killed meat that has been subjected to the least amount of stress prior to death.That means nothing - while man prefers freshly killed, unstressed meat, as you said...
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    As modern examples of man Vs animal performance:...

    As modern examples of man Vs animal performance:
    Okay, now lets talk about endurance horses (one of my greatest loves) and the assumtions you've made about them: first, understand that very few...
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    I'm not saying we can't run. Just that we are not...

    I'm not saying we can't run. Just that we are not evolved for endurance running. The repetitive strain (and other) injuries that runners develop are testament to this.
    From what I've read, and this...
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    Hello. I've been a bit of a lurker here for a...

    Hello. I've been a bit of a lurker here for a while, but Tarlach's commments, linked from the other topic, have promted me to post because I believe he/she has seriously misread the evolution of the...
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