Some days, the run just sucks, but at least we were healthy enough to head out the door. Being injured sucks way more, and always, when the bad run is over, there is a bit of satisfaction, no matter what. Then, there was yesterday’s run, so perfect, no words can quite capture what I experienced. I can’t wait to run again.
Get out there every day you can!
Randy Step, an admitted obsessed runner
So often, the time I plan to get in my run is cut short, by over sleeping, trying to answer that last email, or by some little crisis like looking for lost keys … When this stuff happens, I have a tendency to think about the rest of my days schedule to see when I might be able to fit in the time for the run distance I had planned. I do this knowing in reality that this is a busy and complicated life where time is precious and there is no time for a run unless it’s scheduled. Finding time later in the day is a fools errand. Better run whatever distance you can fit in, now.
Randy Step, an admitted obsessed runner who writes this midweek to my, often stupid, self.