I am not a runner. I might have invested crazy amounts of money on shoes and performance clothing. I might have spent most of my time outside voluntarily in the rain, snow, wind and heat. I might have talked about races and distances covered more than I did about any other activities. But I'm not … Continue reading Not a Runner
Daryl, here .....well from S.W. Wisconsin....always loved running when I was younger.....nobody ever bothers you when your running...but they all wish they were doing it !!! I only started running again Sept. of 2014, did a sprint triathlon out of the blue, basically dared myself I couldn't do it...It was defiantly an eye opener, how … Continue reading Recovery Run: Daryl
"Why do I run? I was never a runner but I have always loved two things; helping others overcome their challenges and taking on challenges for personal growth. A few years ago, my brother challenged me to do something that seemed so outlandish that it put into perspective the phrase, “What doesn’t kill you, makes … Continue reading Alicia: A personal challenge reveals a whole new community.
Carlos For some of us, we begin by running away from something. I believe what Carlos found, and what many of us find, is that, somewhere along the way, we realize we are running toward something bigger. "Running began a month before my 30th bday. I felt unsatisfied with where my life was going. I … Continue reading Finding Direction
Discovering self-worth is an important and consistent theme in many of these interviews. Nancy is a great example of this. "I started running in 2012 during my divorce. In 2013 it was a way to meet new people. I met great people who inspired me to think bigger; to see the stars in the sky. … Continue reading IAMWORTHIT