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The Joy of It

Lately I've seen so many social media posts about runners who are burnt out or injured...often times injured again. I've watched lots of running friends disappear from the scene as they pursue other interests, or just lose the joy of running. I think for me a big part of the reason I have continued to run and race for 32ish years is I love the training. Don't get me wrong I love racing and testing myself, but recently I heard a question posed on a podcast. If you could only ever race or train for the rest of your life what would you chose? Hands down I would give up racing. I think all too often people get caught up in the competition either with them selves or with others and forget to actually enjoy the ride. You can get along for awhile this way, but eventually it catches up with you and as life changes so does your running life.

The past few months I've trained but without a specific focus. I have continued speed work, hill repeats and long runs. All with the gener…

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