Saturday, January 19, 2013
Why Do You Run?
We all put one foot in front of the other, but the picture in our minds varies. The reason we run changes how we run. If you are a person who enjoys the company of another runner, your pace encourages being able to talk; however, if you are trying to become faster, you use interval training (and we all know the lack of breath we have during intervals).
I encourage you to fill in the blank. Even print it off (click here for printable) and put it on your fridge. Setting goals is the first step to understanding who you are as a runner. It will push you to become the person and runner you are looking to be.