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  Picture this:  you’re tearing through the woods, bounding over tree roots, leaping over fallen logs, swerving right and left through bushes and branches. Your breathing is rapid and quick, and your eyes are focused on the trail in front of you. You hear the birds chatter, and occasionally a squirrel darts into your peripherals as you race uphill and downhill. Are you chasing a rabbit? Are you escaping from a swarm of bees? Are you Daniel Day Lewis in The Last of the Mohicans? No – you’re trail running. And it is awesome. Not only does trail running fulfill your primal need to race through the wilderness like a mad man, it’s really good for you too. For one thing, the surface is much better on your body. Concrete and pavement are super high impact and can be hard on your knees, feet and joints. Running on a surface like dirt is much softer and forgiving on your pounding feet. You’ll also better tone those muscles that stabilize your lower legs and absorb the impact forces. All of these things result in fewer impact-related injuries like hurt IT bands and shin splints. And for those of us who suffer...

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