Running For The Rest Mf Your Life

This aging stuff creeps up on you. After running continuously for 25 years and passing the big Four-Oh, I'm beginning to realize I'm not invulnerable--as I once thought I was. If I want to keep on running into my golden years, it's time to start thinking and acting a bit differently. Suddenly, I know too many guys who have debilitating problems with their ankles, knees, hamstring muscles, or backs. Some have simply had to give up running and relapsed into couch-potatohood.

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