31 Jul '13, 12pm

What Do You Think About When You Run #trailrunning

Let’s assume you take the time and have the stubbornness to get beyond this initial painful phase. When you no longer spend most of a run thinking about the pains in your body, what then? In my experience, it is true that you then spend most of the time thinking about whatever it is you would think about doing anything. In this sense, running really isn’t that unique. Sometimes the thoughts can be as boring as the list of errands you have to run later in the day, or what you are going to cook for dinner that night. Other times, you are in a more reflective space, and maybe you think about things you can do to be a better friend, a better partner, or a better parent. Then there are the more contemplative phases. In these moments, maybe you even go so far as to think about the meaning of life, the existence of a god, or what happens when we die. Again, none of this is really...

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