Last week I wrote about cold and flu season peaking along with my weekly mileage — and jinxed myself.
Mind Over Miles
(As of early 2013,) Farin Montanez is a 25-year-old mom of two who started running — after a decade-long hiatus — in November. “Mind over miles” chronicles her training for the Santa Rosa Marathon. She can be reached at farin at maderatribune.net. Follow her on Instagram at mind_over_miles.
Today I’m another year older, but from a running standpoint I’m still in the same age bracket that I was in yesterday, whether the race breaks it down to 20-29 years or 25-29.
“Don’t say anything to yourself that you wouldn’t say to your running buddy.” Let that sink in.
Running is obviously good for the body (it improves muscle tone and cardiovascular health) just as it is good for the mind (a Cambridge University study found that running sparks neurogenesis, or the growth
Before each race I like to ask my running buddies what their goals are. The responses are always interesting.
Here goes a shameless plug for my running group’s race: The Wascally Wabbit Half Mawothon begins at 7 a.m. Saturday near the Japanese Gardens at Woodward Park in Fresno.
A social media site once said runners are egoistic and self-serving. I beg to differ.