Beating a bad day

There’s something about a long run that seems to have the magical power to erase a bad day. It doesn’t matter how bad, either. When you start running, somehow your brain goes on autopilot, forcing you to just be present. And when it’s all over and you peel off your sweat-soaked clothes for a shower, those problems suddenly seem much father away.

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  1. I absolutely love this post! Running make you feel like you can fly and my favorite part about it is the self-awarenss it brings.

    This sort of self-awareness–knowing my limits and my strengths gives me courage to face life’s adversities…what about you?

    Running is addicting, especially that state of mind, but I currently have an injury…what do you suggest and how do I mentally get through this without the regular surge of endorphins from my morning run?

  2. Running has took me from a size 18 to a size 10 in 90 days. This was also in addition to a change in my eating habits.

  3. running is awesome i do it at the gym well because i have allergies but i still wanna stay in shape so yeah

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