Share February 20, 2017 How to Run Go easy with self-criticism. Do intervals with aspiration. Go long with forgiveness. Freeze time at the viewpoints. 11 comments on “How to Run” Love this! Reply Perfect mantra. Reply In kids, this is particularly good as this develops their strength during their growing years. As people are realising the potentiality of jumping in the fitness area, more and more people are flocking in for the rehab classes at Leeds. Reply Amazing one. I would try this Reply Thanks for the reminder as I move from my 60s to 70. Reply Thanks for reminding these thing with so much little text. Reply Great advice. I’m trying to get more running in. Right now, I’m mostly getting treadmill workouts done while I work. Reply Hi, Can you provide some advice for Elderly fitness. I mean how should they approach daily run if they are fit? Would be a great help. Great article btw, thanks for sharing. Reply Thanks for sharing this great advice with us!!! Love it:) Reply Great article! Thanks so much for sharing these great tips! Reply Lauren Fleshman is considered one of the greatest middle-distance runners in American history and one of the most influential women in running. Lauren s pro racing career has been defined by a series of injuries and comebacks. These obstacles shaped her philosophical exploration of running, human potential, and transformation. Her mark on the sport has been defined by her authenticity, activism, and a desire to inspire confidence and connection through sport and creative expression. Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.