“Running is the greatest metaphor for life, because you get out of it what you put into it.” –Oprah Winfrey
While I was browsing the athlete magazine I bought a year ago, there was one question that popped up my head and it was all about running. What made me remember it was the memory I had during my elementary years. When I was 10, I was a runner and I represent our school during district and division meet competition.
On the magazine I was reading, I stumbled upon a post which made me asked myself this question. What if I was trained well when I was representing our school during those days? I could have won. I don’t really regret the fact that I was not been trained well before the competition and I wasn’t being told to practice proper alignment when running, to position my body properly etc though I feel the need to write something and share with you guys, especially to those who are into running.
At some point, I created this post as I wanted to encourage and motivate some parents, teachers, guardians, and aspiring runners to give attention to proper training for running. I found out that running every day will not even improve the elasticity of your body wherein fact, it is the major fundamentals in running. But why? Coach Ken has all the answer for this question.
If you wanted to achieve your goals why you run, one of the most important things that you should consider doing is getting a coach to train you how to run properly. Your running coach will not only teach you the basic fundamentals of running but will also advice you what you should not do when running.
Do not miss any opportunity that could make you a running pro or even a world champ, it’s hard to to lose, but its a lot harder if you didn’t do what you were supposed to when you have all the chances.
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