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Running is a fantastic sport that never bores you. There are unlimited ways you can train, and there are countless places on earth you can run.
Even tough it’s not a technical book — every runner should read Haruki Murakami’s What I Talk About When I Talk About Running. It’s a great story about why people run.
Listen to your legs. If your muscles are aching, go for a 30-minute walk. Remember: You’re building a habit — consistency is key.
…etely out of shape, start with walking 15 minutes a day. In your second week go out for 20 minutes. Keep increasing your daily walking distance with small increments until you reach 45 minutes a day.
Currently, I prefer to exercise after a day’s work and before dinner. There’s no best time for exercise. There’s only a best time for you—find out what that is.
Admit it, you’ve had that conversation at least once in the last week. That thinking process is called ‘analysis paralysis’, which is state of over-thinking.
…g habit, the last thing you want to do is over-complicated things. Just focus on your stride rate — try to run like a feather.
This is not how we think of art. We, as a society, have decided that artists are not experts but amateurs and deserve to be treated accordingly. Society has decided that art is free because artists are hobbyists.
Don’t let others define you. When others attempt to put you in a box, they’re merely projecting their own fears on you. Resist the temptation to limit yourself because of someone else’s fixed mindset or because you’re afraid.
“The more clearly you recognize who you do not want to be, then, the clearer your sense of identity and purpose will be.”