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Ever Wanted to Quit Running? Ever Lose Your Marathon Mojo?

by Tanya Agarwal
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Did you ever want to quit running? Does that ever cross your mind?

I met up a runner friend who has been running for a long time and became my friend very recently. When she told me that she wanted to quit running sometime back, it took me a while to comprehend the depth of what she was trying to say. She’s been a podium finisher for a while now, so would she want to quit running? Why would that even cross her mind???

The question stays with me 

I asked myself this question, and there came a few more…

  • Did you ever want to quit running for some months or really quit it forever?
  • And then, Did you?
  • And when you did – did you give up on your decision and get back to it?
  • Was it lack of sleep? Tired?
  • Was running stressing you out?

I know I won’t quit running because I am bored, or because I am lazy or because my knees hurt. Maybe a serious injury might ask me to find my high in another sport. I like the challenge Running throws at me mentally and physically. Being able to figure those challenges, overcoming them, running with my run buddies, sometimes alone, – it’s a panoply of reasons that will get me back on the road!

I also came across this wonderful article on the Telegraph. What happens when a runner gives up running? Click here 

Did you ever think of quitting running? Why won’t you ever quit running?

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Tanya Agarwal is Founder and Blogger at WellthyFit - a health and fitness blog on Yoga, Running, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Travel, Joy and everything Life! She reviews fitness products and experiences. WellthyFit is her platform where she invites passionate fitness writers to share their expertise. With her blogs and fun videos she motivates people to stay the course of health and fitness day after Day.

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1 comment

Sabjeev Chhabra June 10, 2017 - 3:01 pm

This is EXACTLY the state I’m in nowadays. Less running, more eating, super energetic puppy, personal trauma, and a big fat belly!

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