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I don’t know

When it comes to running success, I don't know how to get there. I have run long distances and have pushed through training programs, but I have only done short (5 and 10 kilometre) races. I keep training for the marathon that never is, never materializes. But I don't know Jack about how to do it
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Lights out

The fog in the mornings along the Atlantic coast means I've been wearing my little green light to be more visible for drivers on their way to or from work. Though there are very few cars on the go at 6 am around here, the light seems to be a wasted effort. Either they don't see my reflective gear,
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Focus skyward

Running offers a lot of time to just be and to just listen and to just look. I've seen just about every type of sky imaginable. Hazy red, crystal cerulean, into-the-void obsidian black, cloudless and stormy, purple and pumpkin, lamenting and angry. And each outing, despite my run goal for the day or
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Locked in

Just as I was feeling like I had dialled in to my run routine and checked off each training session as complete, we jumped in a car and are in the midst of moving our life back where it belongs on the east coast. In doing so it means that for at least yesterday, today, and tomorrow my run routine is on
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Growth

It's taken some time to understand it, but what I am truly after when running is growth in the sport. Forget times, distances, splits, pace, race finishes and their little and sometimes clever medallions.  All that is fine, but growth and the pursuit of making personal gains is the heart of