The great debate of high mileage vs. low mileage is as hotly contested as the twist and pull vs. single bite debate when it comes to Oreos. Some debates have clear winners (twist and pull, you savages). The running mileage debate, however, is a bit more complicated.
Two years ago, you’d have found me smugly but quietly saying the low mileage argument was a load of garbage. I believed high mileage—as high as you could tolerate—was the only way to train. But fast forward 27 months, add a sacral stress fracture and torn labrum, and I’m singing a slightly different tune. Read more >>