|Me a runner!|
What distinguishes a runner anyway? Well, it is in a way a pretty easy question to answer. It is simply someone running! Almost anyone can run. One doesn't have to run fast to be a runner.
The definition seems to regularly have two feet above the ground!
Many believe they have the right to tell others how to run. The "right" technology, so to speak. There is a basic technique to save as much energy as possible of course, but ultimately it is very personal how to run.
It can be very difficult to describe in words how to run. It's best to experiment with a little help of runner you know. I often see runners who take little too long strides when running. Take off your shoes and run barefoot on a hard surface. Then I promise you that you will not take too long strides or insert your heel first.. ;-)
No, I shall not tell you how to do. Let sense control!
|From my run around The Great Lake.|
137,88 miles (221,9 km) in 42 hours.
|Wintertime it could be about -30°C (-22F) here.|
Well, just take it Easy, Light and Smooth and bring some clothes on ;-)
|The Big Lake Run (137,88 miles)|
|Well, I'm not only meet people out there :-D|
|On the run a beautiful day once.|
Take care now and please inspire as much people out there as You can. Try a smile and a Hello! :-)
Easy, Light and Smooth!