January 14, 2009 - The middle of the road will get you run over.

Yo Run Gang,

Have you noticed the proliferation of articles and books with topics like, Run less, run faster, Train only 3 days a week and finish a marathon, or Run your best race on only 20 miles per week? I dont get it. It seems like there is a lot of dumbing and numbing down in all areas of our lives and passions going on in this country. I promise, it wont happen in this blog! My advice for 2009, make a resolution to put in the highest running mileage week of your life and put in the longest single run you have ever done! Perhaps put in your most mileage ever have while training for a specific race. Plan for it, put it on the calendar and make it happen. Youll be faster, fitter and will get the kind of satisfaction not found in with some wimpy attempt to just get by. The middle of the road will get you run over.

Join me at the Super Bowl 5K on February 1st Where I plan to run the course a couple times, to add to the enjoyment and deserving of the Hooters hot wings at the finish! Enter at www.runsuperbowl.com.

Randy Step, obsessed with running with no regrets

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