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You don’t have to go all out, on every run. In fact, you should take it easy on 4-out-of-5 runs. That means, being able to sing along with your workout playlist between breaths…… Then, for the fifth run, push yourself to the point that you can’t sing. According to the book “80/20 Running,” that’ll help you get faster and fitter, and avoid burning out. Because low intensity runs burn more fat – while high intensity ones burn more calories overall.