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This Week 7’s (12.14 – 12.31) Affirmation: Mindfulness – I will reach for mindfulness each day.
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B-Book 44: Do the Work by Steven Pressfield
The key message in this book: Often we stop dead in our tracks …

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6 Tips on How to Run Long (When You’ve Never Run Long)

Submitted by on August 10, 2016 – 11:30 pm No Comment

So many runners hit a plateau fairly early on in training — we get stuck around the four- or five-mile mark for our longer runs and just never seem to more »

Think about how fun it would be to hit the trails for two hours — just you, your heartbeat and nature — on the weekend. Or maybe you dream of running a marathon. If you have a goal in mind, a training plan is highly advisable when it comes to adding mileage to your week, but if you’re just looking to add a few more miles to your weekly total for fun or to see how long you can go, there are a few simple tricks to going long when you’ve never gone long before. Here we present six of them. The keyword to keep in mind? Slowly.

Source: 6 Tips on How to Run Long (When You’ve Never Run Long)
My Comments: Really good piece of advice.

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