20 Things I’ve Learned About Running

GREAT blog on running. Please read this. You’ll love it. 🙂


Running is a huge part of my life– a teacher, friend, critic, psychiatrist, and everything in-between. All of the hours I’ve spend on the roads and trails have given me gems of wisdom I would’ve never found elsewhere. Here is a snapshot of what I’ve learned about running in recent months. I hope you can relate 🙂

Lessons from Running

1. The better shape you’re in, the more enjoyable it feels. Running is painful for just about everyone. If you haven’t ran in a while, it’s going to be an uphill battle to reach the point where it feels good. But it’s definitely worth the climb–so hang in there.

2. Baby steps: Unfortunately, running is not a sport where drastic improvements occur overnight, over weeks, or even over years. Improvement requires consistency, patience, and diligence. And it usually takes time and a good day before you see a measurable outcome.

3. Run with…

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