Pain is temporary, Glory lasts a lifetime!
1. How many miles do you run to work on a single day?On days I run to work I run anhweyre between 6 and 14 miles. It’s a 6 mile straight-shot, but I often add a few miles to catch a trail or run along the beach.2. Do you run the same distance home—or do you catch a ride or take public transportation home?I use a combination of biking, running, and driving to get to and from work. If I need to get more miles in on my feet I’ll run to and from work on the same day, but I often do somesort of combination.3. How many days a week do you run to work?I run to or from work 1 to 3 times a week.4. When did you start running to work?I began running to work last Spring.5. What was your reason for starting to run to work?I began running to work to save time and to make sure I logged all the miles I wanted to.6. What is the most challenging aspect of your foot commute?The most difficult aspect is getting up earlier.(Note: one of the most useful things I’ve found for bringing stuff with me is to run with an emtied-out camel pack. Can’t carry work shoes, but can bring a shirt, walet, glasses and cell phone. Be sure to put your stuff in a plasitc bag. Sweat will get in.)7. What is the best aspect?Sometimes by 8:00 am I’ve already logged 10 miles. That makes me feel great the rest of the day.8. How long do you expect to continue running to work?Until my feet fall off.
Awesome compilation. Thanks for putting these together!!
love these! Thank you for putting them together!
Love these. Going to make my way through each and every one as I need doses of motivation this summer. Thank you!
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