(SitNews) Klawock, Alaska – …At the same time, it is the perfect sport for someone like me who’s mind derails into tangents. I don’t particularly like to run, but rather than let my mind go on a jog while I stand on the deck and drink coffee, sometimes it’s nice to go on a run with it.
In my training leading up to the Prince of Wales International Marathon on May 24, it wasn’t the run itself, it was how I felt after my workout which motivated me. I had run five half marathons and two full marathons before last week, but I’d always looked for shortcuts. This was the first time I really invested time into training and created a daily routine which didn’t feel like a chore. It was liberating.
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