28 Apr '13, 2am

Every runner, no matter your speed, should read this: Slow is a state of mind via @ENERGYbits @RunCompetitor

If You Run Slow, Who Cares? By Jeff Gaudette Published Apr. 16, 2013 Updated Apr. 16, 2013 at 2:43 PM UTC comments Tweet Share Share Print If you think you are a slow runner, push that thought out of your mind. It's detrimental to your progress. Photo: www.shutterstock.com Being a “slow” runner is merely a state of mind. Don’t let that affect your running. When I first started working with age group and recreational runners in 2006, one of the biggest surprises to me was the amount of negative thinking and lack of self-confidence many runners exhibited. Almost every runner that joined the group introduced themselves to me by stating “I’m probably the slowest person you’ve ever coached” or “you probably don’t work with runners as slow as I am.” It didn’t matter what their personal bests actually were, almost all conversations started in a similar manner. Unfortunately, I’ve...

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