#2 Tongue

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If you’ve ever been exhausted out on a technical trail, barely able to lift your tired feet over the roots and rocks, heart pounding, mouth hanging open to get more oxygen or your tongue naturally sticking out as you traverse a tricky spot, you’ll instantly recall that unique feeling of catching the toe of your running shoe on something and realizing that you have an important fleshy thing poking between the two pointed edges of an enamel vise. Can you pull your tongue to safety in time?



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Gregory Sherrow
Gregory Sherrow
Gregory is a life-long runner, especially when it comes to trail-like surfaces. He just happens to have spent the last dozen years or so working from home so he never has an excuse to skip a running day (but does anyway).
Gregory Sherrow
Gregory Sherrow
Gregory is life-long runner, especially when it comes to trail-like surfaces. He just happens to have spent the last dozen years or so working from home so he never has an excuse to skip a running day (but does anyway).

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