This seems to be my motto of late. I took a 6 week running class that I really enjoyed, probably because I didn’t have to think much of anything. Times were set, the coach came up with the routes, and I didn’t have to decide on mileage. Now that class is over, I find that I keep making little discoveries about running – usually after the fact – that I hope will help me become a
better smarter runner. When I first moved to Texas, I shied away from running around my neighborhood and stuck with the treadmill. Now, I kinda don’t even want to look at the treadmill and have been running outside, exclusively. I’m exploring new routes and figuring out the best times to run.
Here’s some examples of my run and learn experiences:
Running in 84 degrees at night is not the same as running in…
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