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ure, some runners do get injured due to genetics. Osteoporosis and osteopenia can lead to stress fractures, for example. Predisposition to osteoarthritis is a factor in knee and hip degeneration. And, speaking as a member of one of the top masters (age 40+) running clubs in America, the physical condition baked into our genetics known as “getting old”

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