23 Feb '15, 3pm

What we can learn from bad marathons...

What we can learn from bad marathons...

There’s no question that a bad marathon can be hard to get over because you have poured so much time preparing for it. But after a week, it’s important to pick yourself up, dust off, and figure out how to make the next one better. Start channeling your energy into the next event and focusing on getting it right. Finally, at the end of the day, have some perspective. Yes, running is a big part of our lives, but unless we’re elites, it shouldn’t dominate our happiness. We run because it brings us joy, and letting a bad race bring us down for an extended period of time kills that joy.

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