There Will Always Be a Headwind.
Put your head into it. Nice and steady wins the day.
Until I got used to the headwind yesterday, my outing was the kind many walkers/runners enjoy least - one step forward, two steps back.
"Quittin'?" I asked myself early on.
"No. You're dressed for the cold. Maybe go for 4 miles instead of 5," I said.
I put my head down a bit and pushed through Harris Park. And by the time I got to Gibbons I was fully warmed up. The wind seemed more manageable and I knew I'd have it at my back on the way home.
So, I kept heading north until I hit my 2.5-mile-marker, a bench in the middle of Baldwin Flats. I turned and flew home.
Good start in April w two 'walk/runs' in four days.
"I put my head down a bit and pushed through Harris Park."
Wind at the back is where it's at!
Please link to Run Prep 1.