Most runners could go out, right now and run a few miles under the morning sun. We often do so without considering the power of the act. We take for granted the incredible advantage this gives us as situations arise which requires it. We forget that running can sometimes be a means to an end and that aside from it’s impressive list of benefits, running and self ambulation gives us the means to explore.
Training is important and I’m not suggesting that we abandon our training…I’m just putting the idea out there that as runners we have a gift of motion that does not limit us to the road, or trail…it doesn’t require a certain pace or time for completion. I’m proposing, that instead of punishing ourselves with devotion to a schedule…no matter how much we love adhering to said schedule…that we should instead look at our running as “playtime”.
Intervals between episodes and the complete conversation with Coach Jeff can be heard over at steverunnerblog.com
Melodious advice by Neil on Twitter @neilbearse
Both opening and closing themes songs were by Jim Fidler at jimfidler.com
“The Curra Road” was composed by Ger Wolfe at gerwolf.com
The song “Lost and Found” was by the band Eve 6, from Southern California. Check out all of their music over at http://www.eve6.com
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