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(inter) National Running Day

Yeah, I didn't know that National Running Day was a thing either. But I am so, so glad it is. Running changed my life in (mostly*) positive ways and I'd encourage anyone to give it a whirl or two. This is a good place to start. Again, I'll caution that the first month sucks donkey balls and mention that you should always, always, always run slower than you think you should, especially when you first start. It is hard to do lasting damage to yourself if you keep it slow. And running should be a long haul game. 


The Mother Runners celebrated in their own style, as you can see (and read.)

Here's how I celebrated NRD:


Five miles with one at tempo at 6:30 a.m. at the high school track. A bunch of other BAMRs got their miles in, too.

Even if you don't run, please get up and move around today. You can thank me later.


* My feet frequently cause nightmares in pedicurists.


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