My reason for running has changed since I initially started. I initially started running because I figured it would be the best cardio activity to help me lose the weight I need to lose. So, I started running and signed up for a 5K so I would be forced to do the work. But then I ran that first 5K and the feeling was amazing!
So...now I run for the sense of accomplishment it gives me, because everytime I run, I can visibly notice that I'm able to breathe easier or run a little faster. I'm all about results (I'm a Type A...go figure!). The results I've seen...that's the reason I run now. Each time I run now, I am trying to breathe even better or beat my time...the competition with myself to see how far I can go...those are my reasons for running.
Leader, 10K Training SparkTeam
Co-Leader, The Beginners Running Club SparkTeam
Just breathe, let it go, and let the moment wash over you.
| Pounds lost: 2.2