The Long Run

Simple strategies make you happy to go the distance.

Jeff Galloway

The Long WayImage by Tim De Frisco

There are plenty of good reasons to add long runs to your routine. Extended time on your feet builds stamina, burns fat, and stokes your confidence. And you don’t need to be logging monster miles to reap those benefits—a "long" run is simply any distance longer than you’ve run in the past three weeks. As with any workout, however, mental and physical obstacles you may encounter can short-circuit your attempt to go long. Here’s how to get past whatever gets in your way.

YOU’RE TIRED …

YOU’RE BORED …

YOU’RE IN DOUBT …

YOU’RE OFF COURSE …

YOU’RE…[THIRSTY, HUNGRY, TOO COLD, TOO HOT] …

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