Thursday, June 3, 2010

What Pete Can Teach About Running

1. Keep your nose open to possibilities. If you get an intriguing whiff - or view - stop and take it in, because it may not be there tomorrow.

2. There is never a bad time to run.

3. Running is best done in packs, or at least, pairs.

4. The mere sight of running shoes should make you tag your wail, or wag your tail. Either way. :-)

5. When you get too hot, let your tongue hang out a bit.

6. Squatting by the path is acceptable.

7. A leash - whether its real or an I-can't-do-this virtual one - will only hold you back.

8. The best recovery from a run is a nap in the sun.

Many thanks to Sarah Bowen Shea and Dimity McDowell and the folks at Runners World for letting me steal this! Check out their blog and their great book!

Keeping this in mind, I'm getting closer and closer to pulling the plug on this.

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