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Make it a habit to always let others know where you plan to go before you leave. 2. Run laps and stay away from dangerous places Do not run too far here in the beginning – rather grab several short laps in familiar terrain. Even a very familiar forest is unknown in the dark. Also, make sure to plan a route that is free of steep slopes, hidden ditches, streams and similar risk elements. 3. Drop sprint training The headlamp trips are perfect for those workouts where it is on slow or slow-paced speed walks. In return, you should save the wind-blowing .
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