Confine Your Runner Mind

I’ve considered dropping out of every one of the best workouts I’ve ever completed. With my body and mind overloaded it simply seemed like too much.

“There’s no way I can hit that split again for this next one. I must stop soon.” I decided. But then, in that moment of resignation, when I’d settled on a plan to quit, I already felt better. While still traveling at the same pace I was more at ease. With the plan to stop…

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2:19 Marathoner. Writer about running.

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Peter Bromka

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2:19 Marathoner. Writer about running.

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