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    difference between endurance and stamina

    I feel stupid asking this but i never knew i need a fast answer is there any links you guys can give me explain the difference between endurance and stamina or explain to me. REPS
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    I don't think there is a difference, they're both used to refer to how long you can keep going performing a certain activity, as opposed to how strong or fast you are in that activity.

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    i thought that to until i've been seeing thing says stuff like "Increase your endurance and stamina"
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    Noun

    stamina

    1. the energy and strength for continuing to do something over a long period of time.

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    Noun

    endurance

    1. The measure of a person's stamina or persistence.

    He has great endurance, he ran a marathon and then rode his bicycle home.

    2. Ability to endure hardship.

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    Source: Wiktionary, (which isn't exclusive to me, you know; anyone can use it hint, hint).

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