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.
Our blog writers are members of Terrain Trail Runners, local athletes just like you, who want to share their love and knowledge of the sport.