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    Monday, October 23, 2006

    REVISED: Each Critter Unique - The Journey


    Each Critter UNIQUE (it means you are unique, so don't try to be
    someone or something you are not) - The Journey

    How to learn to run well?

    Run...a lot...or a little.

    Run 10000 miles a week.

    Run 28 hours a day.

    Run 100 feet a week.

    Run 10 minutes a day.

    Run.

    What happens?

    You learn to run well for yourself.

    Your body is unique in the universe. No one else can know it like you can.

    So, run, and run without injury. Listen to your body. Listen, listen, listen.

    What happens?

    You learn to run well.

    Guess what?

    Running evolves all the time, even within a long run.

    Watch it evolve and learn from it.

    Gain wisdom from others, yes, but realize, you are you and you gotta
    figure it out for YOURSELF.

    So run and run and run and then run some more. You become an expert
    for you...only.

    After a while, you will get stronger, or not. Adjust, or not.

    It takes a lifetime.

    BFT

    PS. This post was originally posted on the RunningBarefoot forum.

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