“You can definitely build running endurance without running every day,” says Bill Pierce, professor and chair of health sciences at Furman University, and lead author of Run Less Run Faster. In fact, notrunning every day could increase the quality and quantity of your runs, since days off give your body time to recover, and running on consecutive days is one of the best predictors of injury, says Pierce. 


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