One thing that many runners struggle with, at least on occasion, is playing the comparison game.
The comparison game can be played on a variety of different fronts.
Pace. Mileage. Finishing place.
Whatever the metric, playing the comparison game isn’t a good thing.
It doesn’t matter if we are talking about social media, a local 5k, or a high school cross country meet, the only person you should be comparing yourself to is yourself.
Sadly, that’s easier said than done.
On pretty much every front. Read more