A lot of runners worry too much over everything.
Here’s what I suggest you do when you are invited to worry from head to toe.
It’s cool enough to educate oneself about the risk of running – short or long distance. But the borderline between a calculated risk and too much worry is just too thin.
Let’s explore this idea more.
- This is something you should keep a good watch at. What enters your mind is not all junk. But not everything in your mind is believable too.
- Your focus should be in the present. Your hope in the future. Leave the past behind – it’s there only for reminiscing.
- Scrutinize your own worry as opposed to fears. They are not the same thing. They cannot be addressed as the same too.
- it’s the one that carries your head. it’s supposed to be strong enough. Yes, that simple.
- like your core, this requires to be strong too. a lot of available info re strengthening exercises and drills over the net may be found.
- this is the part of our body that’s directly hitting the ground – that means carrying everything above it. Don’t you know that you should strengthen it too?
- Regardless of footstrike – which you should be able to comprehend – your running greatly depends on how comfortable you are on your feet. You should start worrying when you can’t tolerate the pain anymore.
Overall – the issue is all about strength. Worry when you are:
- not training and you are racing
- not strong enough for the distance you choose
- not in any good condition (mind/body and soul) to face the challenge.