Behind the Fear Lies Sadness: Why I Run Solo

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  1. Billie Lou Tindall says:

    Thank you Sherri for putting in words all my feelings about group runs. After many years, I still experience the fear and sadness but have come to terms with “what is” and move on. As you know once we get out there we are free to feel our own freedom at our pace. Have a great race year!

    • Sherri says:

      Thank you Billie Lou. Now that I have a coach, I look forward to my training because it’s for me. No fitting in with a group.
      Have an awesome running season!

  2. Angie says:

    Sherri you are definitely NOT Alone or too slow. Id love to be able to run the distance you do but too many injury i just can’t go as far or as fast as i want to do.

  3. Missy says:

    Well said Sherri!
    I have you to thank for giving me the confidence during our run at Chikakakoo a few years ago now. I was intimidated to run and thought I will not be able to keep up, but you have such a great attitude and just said so what!! You reassured me that I didn’t need to be fast and reminded me to just enjoy it. And that was a group run, a small group but a group nonetheless. So yup good things can come from group runs! Thanks for inspiring me and keep doing you!
    Missy

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