I’ve only had 3 hours. So tired. Body what is this! :(
It’s like the perfect blend of my fangirl and fitgirl personalities, and I like to think that it’s tv marathoning done right. ;P lol
After all, you can want to do something more than anything but you still actually have to do it.
Sun is down, shoes are on.
The History of Running
“I run, therefore I am.” This common creed among runners for both sprinters and marathoners alike, presents us the most internal definition of what it means to run. Runners are quick to admit that the run defines them as a person, and for good reason too. A run is a mental battle with themselves, a challenge to keep going when every fiber in their body says stop. It is an act that makes them feel alive, helps relieve stress, and leaves them feeling a little more in control of things at the end of the day. What most runners or people in general might not know, is that the belief that we exist to run, is proving true. When looking at the history of running, from evolution to the sport as we know it today, we have seen many growths: anatomical changes, the development of a world renowned sport, and a growing market for this sport.