March 15 2018
The decision to run sans music is entirely personal. One runner explains why she never listens to music while running outside.
Weird stuff doesn’t only happen when you change your dating profile to have photos of just you running. Runners say weird stuff to each other, too. These, of course, are only things that our fellow runners will understand. Throw in a loss of filter, a taper week and a LOT of crazy…and here you go.
And our other teammate dreamt that she showed up at the start line with nothing but a yogurt in her hand. Yeah, it’s getting WEIRD.
It doesn’t matter how many times you run a marathon, you never really remember how bad your legs feel during taper week. The less you work out, the more tired you feel…I will never understand.
Yes, you can turn “Boston Qualifying” into a verb that can be inserted into all other portions of life. “ To BQ” = to be a bo$$.
In the words of Run, Selfie Repeat, “Running a marathon is easier than dating in NYC.” So moms all around, stop worrying; there are people who will accept our badass quads and beer drinking ways!
When your gal pal wants to show you how bad she chafed in her new sports bra, and your texts come up on your 30 inch monitor at work. And then you find yourself having to explain how non-sexual these texts actually are…
How many times have I read Born to Run you ask? Oh, only a few. The captions of my photos are only quotes from it 80 percent of the time.
I’m pretty sure crying on a date won’t go over so well, and I’m almost positive I could tear up watching an episode of The Office right now. It’s not pretty.
Well, you’ve caught my attention now! Other intros could be: “Hey, how are you?” or “Hey, lovely weather we’re having,” etc.
Sometimes I wonder why coaching can cost a lot and then I remember that it also comes with part time therapy. At least we’re slightly logical here and resolve NOT to cry about the weather. Yet.