If You've Ever Had to Go Number 2 on a Run, Here's Why - and How to Avoid It

If you've ever been midway through a run and experienced a familiar, need-a-bathroom-right-now feeling in the pit of your stomach, you're not alone. That dire need to go "number two" is what's known as runner's trots, and it's led to the tried-and-true tradition of plotting running routes with bathroom stops. That's great when it works, but it's still not ideal to stop mid-run to hit up

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