My fellow runners, ask not what you can do to RUN, ask what a RUN can do for you!
Aside from the obvious benefits staring you in the face -- like we run to lose weight, stay fit, improve our health, compete in races or try something new -- there is a deeper, more spiritual reason for running.
Yes, running is personal to each and every one of you. It means something very different from person to person. Running is a big question mark that’s there each and every day.
Here are my top 10 reasons for running
I run, therefore I am.
Author: Shalini Kovach is the founder and lead organizer of Terrain Trail Runners.