By our very nature, competitive runners are never satisfied. If we run a PR, we want to run faster next time. If we win a race, we want to win another. This constant desire to do better is critical to the development of distance runners because it makes us continually strive to improve. But it can also be harmful when it limits our ability to celebrate our accomplishments, and to enjoy the moments that we’ve worked so hard to achieve. The key to prospering as a runner is to find the right balance between those two competing forces.
Read Coach Jerry’s full blog post at: https://www.runpacers.com/blog/training/coaching/grc/