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Surface Warfare Officer Attempts to Break World Record, Running from Los Angeles to New York in 40 Days

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The song "Everytime We Touch" by Cascada has about 142 beats per minute, which puts it slightly below the 150 to 170 steps per minute of your average recreational runner.

For Navy Lt. Paul Johnson, the song makes him feel like he can run through a brick wall and will be a featured track on one of his many playlists as he steps off Friday on his attempted record-breaking run across the continental U.S. 😎

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