Run for fun…not for time or distance. We’ve all had those runs where we go out there, with no goal in mind, and get lost in the run. They are often some of the most enjoyable runs we have, and dare I say the most productive. Make it fun.

King of the hills

Whether we are professional runners or just do it for fun we will always have one thing in common, we have goals. Those goals could be PRs or just doing as many races as possible. How we go about trying to accomplish those goals could be different. For runners in their early twenties and late teens could train hard to get that PR, while runners older than twenty seven will find it more difficult to hit those low times. This is all from research done to show when a runner reaches their peak, you however are free to disprove these findings. If you find that you fall into this category or age group where you feel you are not reaching your goals, no worries I will tell you what you are doing wrong.


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