“For me, running is a lifestyle and an art. I’m far more interested in the magic of it than the mechanics. It’s that interest and exploration that make running fun for me. It’s easy to become outcome-focused; for me the unfoldment of self is what is meaningful in running and outlasts any medals.”
-Lorraine Moller, Four-time Olympic Marathoner
This is how I would explain my love affair with running. It has become a lifestyle, a part of me. It’s the challenge every day, the different mechanics of how my body is responding each day, and realizing after each run how much better I feel. Experimenting with speed drills at the track or on the treadmill, pace runs, long runs, and enjoying the company of friends throughout it all. While my end goal remains the same, I am enjoying the journey it is taking to get there and I wouldn’t give it up for the world.