Okay, maybe I’m not exactly a full fledged twit but I have joined the land of Twitter. A vast landscape where the goal, as Twitter itself states, is to share “high quality” information.
Apparently such a relatively straight forward definition is very much open for interpretation.
Some may feel this includes banal blather such as a painstakingly detailed description of how you popped a blister on your big toe, or shoe gooing worn heels with the expertise of a bricklayer.
After a week or so of tweeting (@runninglaughs) I’ve been able to shy away from providing a meter by meter description of my latest fartlek run (which wouldn’t even be interesting to me).
I’ve opted for mostly pertinent information related to running with a smattering of humorous pieces.
So, this blog is really an introduction to those that haven’t yet joined me on Twitter and below you’ll find some of my more recent postings. Hopefully you’ll find it slightly more interesting than a less than thrilling account of the intricacies of applying vaseline to my feet before a run.
We came, we ran, we got surcharged! The wave of the future? Fair fee or foul?
I have the attention span of a sleep-deprived gnat, but enjoyed this long yet engrossing article re: mental v. physical limits,
Is the magic potion of running motivation arriving? Popping a pill to perform? And all within the boundaries of legal:
Combining runner’s high with a sugar high (though w/munching 12 doughnuts during a race, a sugar low isn’t far behind):
The running question I always wondered about (and apparently will continue to wonder about in the future):
Lesson learned by a flower girl that the fastest man in the world can’t come to a complete stop very quickly:
Here’s a look at beautiful running form with a forward lean from the ankles that we can only dream of obtaining:
Good news. Most runners live longer. Bad news is some runners don’t. Which are you? Would you run less 2 live few more years?: