Three Running Wishes for Tuesdays on the Run

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I wish I may, I wish I might, have this wish I wish tonight….

Oh what would I wish for if given three running wishes?!

  1. For it to be easy: I know, I know. There is nothing wrong with having to work hard and I know that running isn’t supposed to be easy. However, here is my reasoning: if it were easy, I would be less likely to dread my run, I would probably do more running, faster running, and be a better overall runner. (Yes, that was just one wish)
  2. To be feared fast: My husband is an elite runner and people at races always know his name and his records, etc. Just once, I’d like people to say that about me, “oh, Megan’s here, I don’t have a shot at winning now.” (this one might end up on the Runfessions post; it’s a little embarrassing!)
  3. To be a running coach: I wish I was a running coach and could do it as my career. I love helping people achieve their fitness goals. I’ve looked into certifications, but just haven’t put the time and money into moving that forward. Maybe writing it down for the world to see will help…

What would you wish for if you had three running wishes?

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Until Next Time,
Meg

 

12 thoughts on “Three Running Wishes for Tuesdays on the Run

  1. It does seem being faster is on most (but not all ) people’s lists. I have a friend who’s married to a really speedy guy (although he wasn’t a runner when they got married — neither was she, actually). She’s gotten a lot faster, but she’ll never be as fast as him — must be frustrating!

    • Oh, he’s been a SERIOUS runner for most of his life, so I would never wish to be as fast as he is. But just once, I’d like to know what it feels like to be really good!

  2. I have wondered what it would take to be a running coach… then I realize I wouldn’t have the time. More time in a day with plenty of time to sleep would be great. I could get more strength training done.

  3. You should definitely pursue coaching! I took the RRCA class a few years ago and it was really great. I dont always have time to coach as much as I would like but its nice to help out a few runners here and there.

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