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The Importance of Rest

4th May 2012, By: PAGATIM, Tags: , ,

With a twin on either side of her, SBS racked hard after racing hard in October 2010 Portland Marathon. (Truly, she’s a pro sleeper!)

Sarah and Dimity talk about nothing—doing nothing, that is. Rest is a crucial part of an exercise program, whether it’s a rest day during a training plan; recovering properly after a race; not overdoing it on “easy” days; or getting enough sleep. The gals cover all these forms of rest as they crack each other up. This podcast also reveals such personal details about Dimity as her family dinner routine, her bedtime, and her astrological sign.

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