Existentialist running

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Be in the present:
Do not think about your run last week, last year, when you used to compete in college, or the one ten years from now. The fact that you are going to go out and run now, is on itself an accomplishment.

Don’t compare yourself:
Don’t compare yourself with the you from your past nor with the other runners around you, nor the ones you know, or the people you follow in Strava. The…

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