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Monday, April 25, 2011

Before You Run Out

Contribution by Hershel Vinson.

The perfect day for me is one where all my chores, duties and errands seem to pass by quickly. Something, some indescribable essence is afoot. Everything just seems to fall into place, you feel no need to look at the clock, but when you do, not only are you surprised, but pleasantly elated. I guess the best way to put it is being in the zone.

It's a welcome occurrence when one of those days begins to develop. A certain harmony and rhythm establishes itself and often, before noon it's apparent it is one of those days, what a wonderful thing. One's body and mind seem attuned to accomplishing every task set out for it.

It is on these days that I experience great satisfaction and know that my evening run will be a most enjoyable one! . In fact I feel so eager to hit the trails that it's at this point I can often forget the most simple and essential things. Making sure to properly warm up and stretch is the first thing that I attend to.

Once my physical preparation has been completed, I must then run a mental checklist. The three most important items on my checklist gives me peace of mind as I prefer little to no distraction when running. So in the following order I make sure the house key is around my neck, my home security alarm ( is set, and my laces are properly tied.

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