Judging by the name of this website and a lot of my blogs, you probably would not believe that I really did not like running when I was younger. But that is 100% true I hated running beyond anything, it is not that I was not athletic or I was lazy. Quite the opposite actually, I played sports year around and got in trouble a lot growing up because I would miss my curfew to play just one more game. But the difference for example in basketball compared to running is that there is so much more going on. Even if you do not touch the ball, you have to play defensive and get rebounds and things of that nature. But running… it is literally just you by yourself, it was too easy for me to get bored. When you get bored running its hard not to focus on anything but the fact that you are running and that you could be doing anything else. But the older you get the more you realize that you cannot play the games that you use too when you are younger. Running becomes the only viable option, and the fact that running is simple and takes very little to do also becomes more appealing the older you get. With old age comes the realization that you are not as atheistic or strong as you use to be and your recovery time goes down drastically. It happened to my husband not so long ago when he was playing basketball like was 20 instead of 50 and he tore is Achilles tendon. This was a swift reminder to us both that while we still had to remain active, how we remained active was just as important. For me it became focusing on running and passing on my knowledge to others.
Here on this blog you’ll find a variety of content personally written and gathered by Tracy Luttrell to help you along in your journey into becoming a stronger and faster runner.
Since the sudden interest and surge in popularity of the sport in the last few years, more and more runners have now turned their attention to launching their own blogs to share their interest or casual hobby to others. While most are still for personal use, a good number have nevertheless ventured to try and find their own niche in the running community. For Tracy Luttrell, she has chosen training for marathons as her primary focus.
If running has become an important part of your life or if you want to take your game to the next level, Tracy Luttrell has plenty of personal experience, advice, and running wisdom to offer her readers here on her blog page. While her message may cater more to a female audience, males can also hope to pick up a thing or two here.
Some of the things she hopes to talk about are the rewards and challenges of running on a regular basis, the best kinds of food and meals to have before, during, and after training, how to make running and exercise fun to do, how she personally overcomes those bouts of laziness, and more. Motivating and inspiring, reading Tracy Luttrell’s encouraging words will feel like catching up with an old friend.
If you wish to gain a new perspective on running, particularly how it can help you live a full life, then this blog is for you. Aside from health and fitness, Tracy Luttrell believes that running or sports in general can become your daily meditation to help you learn more about yourself and your strengths and weaknesses.
Join Tracy in the run of her life as she shares more about herself and her passion for running. She considers this blog and her personal website her own little way of giving back to those who unwittingly helped her reach the finish line.
Let Tracy Luttrell train you and teach you all she knows about running! If you have a question for Tracy or if there’s a topic you wish Tracy would expound on, please feel free to contact her at your convenience.
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