WHAT KEEPS YOUR MIND OC­CU­PIED DUR­ING LONGDISTANCE RUNS?

Runner's World South Africa - - The Loop -

“Fig­ur­ing out how to sur­vive a zom­bie apoca­lypse.” – Lenore Retief “Noth­ing. My mind is at its clear­est when I’m run­ning. It’s al­most like med­i­tat­ing.” – Jac­qui Stead­man “Mu­sic and maths. By the time I’ve fin­ished, I’ve bought a house by the sea.” – Nico Loub­ser “The thought of how proud I’ll feel, and the break­fast and beer I’ll en­joy, af­ter I’ve fin­ished.” – Fiona Mar­garet Stry­dom “Did I turn the stove off? Am I go­ing to make it back in time to fin­ish the dishes be­fore my pro­gramme starts?” – Murray An­nan­dale

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