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Take It and Run Thursday: Running Super Powers

Posted Oct 29 2008 11:15pm

Take_it_and_run_thursday Welcome to Take It and Run Thursday! 

It's our way to bring together the knowledge of all of us ordinary runners.  It's the virtual equivalent to putting our virtual heads together.   Even though many of us aren't elite athletes, coaches or authors, it doesn't mean that we haven't earned a well deserved PhD in running.   Whether you are starting out, have 50 years of running under your belt or somewhere in between - all of us have lessons learned that make us wiser and better runners.  

Today's theme is ....     Choose Your Superpower.   This week's TIaRT theme comes from Runatthemouth.  She suggested it would be fund to find out, "what superpower runners would have if they could?  Sure, speed would be nice, but it seems like as a group we would get more creative than that.  A shield to keep the rain out.  The ability to stay warm or cool.  I could see triathletes wanting to have Superman's trick of instantly changing clothes in handy phone booth."   With Halloween just around the corner, it seemed only fitting that we bring our wishes, imagination and even costumes to next week's TIaRT.  Share your most imagined running superpower in words (or even pictures).

Just fill in your name/title of your post and your URL below.

Next weeks theme is ....  Running Through Transitions.   There is a great saying that goes something like, "It's not the change that kills you, it is the transition."  With daylight savings time around the corner for most us, as well as the looming change in season or temperatures, precipation we thought it might be useful to share tips on how you survive and thrive through transitions.  And you don't need to limit your remarks to weather changes, you can also include transitions from training for a race to running for run, changing jobs, changes in family situations, changes in physical fitness or weight, transitions in goals, aging, changes in gear, running routes, moving, etc, etc....the list of changes we runners go through is endless.  How do you keep running through changes and transitions.

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