Runner's World

HOW TO OWN YOUR RUN

Source: Mirna Valerio is an ultrarunner, certified USA Track & Field coach, and author of A Beautiful Work in Progress. Follow her @TheMirnavator on Instagram and Twitter

THERE’S NO BETTER feeling than that moment during a run when everything just clicks—you’re in the zone, running at a speed that feels both light and powerful. You feel invincible and completely absorbed in your potential.

And there’s.

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