What if you stop loving running? An honest conversation with Tina Muir
For many of us, running consumes our lives. And there’s nothing wrong with focusing on a healthy habit! Type-A runners everywhere know the feeling: every decision is evaluated through running-tinted glasses: “There’s no carbs at this lunch?! How am I going to finish my tempo run later???” “If I go out to happy hour, I might be too tired for my workout tomorrow” “This conference goes all day… where do I fit in my run?” As a coach, I even turn playing with my kids into a lesson on running drills (my oldest really needs to work on her butt-kicks…). A majority of my life has been dominated by running. Every decision, vacation, summer job, and even whether or not I studied abroad during college was impacted by my running. For any runner who’s truly curious about their potential, this is necessary. You need a certain healthy lifestyle to promote fast running. But what happens wh...