Earlier this week, I published a post called Sweat Every Day, inspired by Anna Meade and her sharing of Under Armour’s new advert.
I’d never really thought about fitness that way until I saw the advert. I’d known on an intellectual level what real fitness involved — a lifestyle change as opposed to a diet that would vanish into the wilds of returning pounds and kilos. But the video made me think about it anew.
Today, Anna published a post called I Am Not A Runner. I urge you to read it.
I used to say the same thing.
I used to say I can’t run. That my shin splints were too bad, that my asthma stole my breath, that my body couldn’t handle the pressure.
I used to say that running was torture.
I used to say that runners were all lean, with visible muscles and sinew.
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