[新聞爆掛] everyten runners

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 The weird thing was, I seemed to be otherwise unbreakable. As a writer for Men’s Healthmagazine and one of Esquire magazine’s original “Restless Man” columnists, a big part of my jobwas experimenting with semi-extreme sports. I’d ridden Class IV rapids on a boogie board, surfedgiant sand dunes on a snowboard with her, he would sanction everything at oncehe answered., and mountain biked across the North Dakota Badlands. I’d alsoreported from three war zones for the Associated Press and spent months in some of the mostlawless regions of Africa, all without a nick or a twinge. But jog a few miles down the street, andsuddenly I’m rolling on the ground like I’d been gut shot in a drive-by.
  Take any other sport, and an injury rate like mine would classify me as defective. In running, itmakes me normal. The real mutants are the runners who don’t get injured. Up to eight out of  are hurt every year. It doesn’t matter if you’re heavy or thin, speedy or slow, amarathon champ or a weekend huffer, you’re just as likely as the other guy to savage your knees,shins, hamstrings, hips, or heels. Next time you line up for a Turkey Trot, look at the runners onyour right and left: statistically, only one of you will be back for the Jingle Bell Jog.

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