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Can Endurance Training Ever Really Be Primal?

For over a dozen years, I’ve railed against what I call “ chronic cardio “—the excessive, unrelenting endurance training I did for the better part of three decades. Most of my health issues cleared up when I stopped stopped running and training for marathons and triathlons, removed the refined grains and sugar I ate to support my endurance training, and began taking it easy.
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