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|I can feel the wind go by when I run. It feels good. It feels fast! (Evelyn Ashford) |
Imagine yourself running fast. Describe how you feel and what you see or hear.
Start with these words, Running fast feels like... ...
|Winds. Shouting out with laughter of joy And the gracefulness of play Feeling so |
good, oh what a wonderful day Blow wind blow help me to stay on my toes
Making me go faster than what I want to go But its ok rush ... rearrange my clothes
Go wind go, push me around, blow me down What a good thing, when you can
make fun In doing what ... Running with the high winds My clothes whipping me
as I turn Holding on tight keeping them from leaving me Cool wind breeze
|Training less can lead to lethargy, often combined with overeating. You wind up |
training less, yet feeling worse. ... Start tapering down a good I0 days before the
race, even taking two or three days off if you find you're over-tired. And pretend ...
If you go for an easy run and you feel like you're flying, that's the feeling you want.
|The other side of that power of invisibility is the sense of empowerment it gives |
you to be able to go somewhere on your bike. ... That feeling of accomplishment
and wild adventure can be a real boost, even if all you do is pedal over to the
local store you've ... rush of being out there in the wind and sun, with everything
all around you, without the car to protect you, but a bicycle ride across town ... So
it comes to this: if you want to feel good, and feel good about yourself, go ride a
|... can just go a bit faster than last time, or someone else who looks like he's in |
pretty good shape, that feels pretty good. Because it makes you think about your
breathing. Because it makes you feel like you have something in common with
world-class athletes, like you can understand ... And especially because of those
times when you stretch it out at the end, just take it up a little bit faster, feel the
wind in ...
|As you become more fit, the pace of your training runs will naturally become a |
little faster. On the other hand, ... However, running too slowly too often for
whatever reason can lead to bad running form habits and a feeling of
|So now I'd like you to go with me to the future, where perhaps it may again be |
enjoyable. ... to feel the old sense of excitement and energy as your legs go up
and down . . . up and down . . . you feel the wind in your hair, on your face . . .
feeling the sun on your skin, warming you all over. And as you continue to ride,
you can feel your heart beating faster not racing but a steady, solid,
energetic beat. You can feel the blood throbbing through your veins a good
|Don't run your marathon at some arbitrary pace, throwing caution to the wind and |
hoping for the best. ... especially your long runs, tempo runs, and marathon pace
runs you should have a pretty good idea of the pace you can maintain. ...
When it feels hard, you back off; when you know you have many miles left to run,
you're not as willing to push the pace. ... A change of pace in a marathon, even
when it's a change to a faster pace, can often make you feel more comfortable
and give ...
|Here Homoeopathy is a valuable friend and helps against the effects of fear |
which produce an empty feeling round the umbilicus, a burning, ... He is always
in a hurry, anxious hurry, so hurried and scared, he feels he must run or walk
quickly, he can never walk fast enough, he feels he must ... of wind pass upwards
which usually relieves the distension. ... I am not safe anywhere; if I remain here,
the bombs will drop here, and if I go away into the country, they are sure to follow
|Brief pauses between paragraphs will give some moments for people to use their |
imagination. The leader may go on with: Now let 's begin. ... As you are relaxed
and enjoying the feeling of relaxation, think about being outdoors. You are
breathing ... There is a gentle wind that you can feel on your face. ... You move
away quickly. As you run on the path, you turn around a corner and see,
suddenly, the pleasant, happy place you remembered before. ... Enjoy the good
feelings you have.