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>>Your first thought when you look at the weekly weather forecast is, "When can I fit in my runs?"
>>You have more running clothes than regular clothes in your laundry pile.
>>You smirk when non-runners ask you, "So how long is this marathon?"
>>You've lost a toenail and you tell people, "It's not that bad."
>>You go into Starbucks more often to use the bathroom than to actually buy coffee.
>>You no longer make fun of fanny packs because your running belt looks very similar (although cooler) to one.
还有肩背式, 胸挂式, 手拎式等.
>>You've used an old race T-shirt to wash your car, dust furniture, or clean something else.
衣服从大号, 跑到中号, 再到小号.
>>You no longer hate port-a-Johns. In fact, there have been times when you've been very happy to see one.
>> You've had your running shoes only for one months and you know it's already time to replace them.
>>Your solution for feeling tired is to go for a run.
>> When you're driving in your car and pass runners, you always judge them.
>>You know the location of every 7-11, public restroom, and water fountain in running distance from your home.
>>You've swallowed a bug during a run.
>>Your first question to your doctor is, "When can I run again?"
>>You have a mental list of comments you hate hearing from non-runners.
>>You never thought of a road you drive on all the time as hilly until you run on it.
>> The only time major household projects get done is during tapering or race recovery.
>>You always wear running shoes. Your old running shoes are now walking shoes. You have a pair of running shoes just for racing, a pair of trail running shoes, two pairs of trainers to alternate every other day, and you know the exact mileage of them all. Nothing like the smell of new running shoes in the morning.
>>You would rather run 10 miles than go out for a nice steak dinner and a movie.
>>You are still eager to run and to learn about running every day, although you've been running for more than 30 years!
>>Your treadmill has more miles on it than your car.
>>You get an invitation to a wedding and you automatically think about what race the date will conflict with.
>>You're not embarrassed to wear spandex.
>>you know how to take a cup of water from a water station without choking on it or spilling it all over yourself.
>>You have a line in your budget for "race entry fees/race travel".
>>The salespeople at your local running shop knows you by name.
>>At least one of your web site usernames, passwords or email addresses has the word "run" or "runner" in it.
>>You wear your running watch even when you're not running. ("It matches, right?")
>>You know how to correctly spell and pronounce plantar fasciitis and iliotibial band
>>You spend more money and have more fun shopping for running clothes and shoes .
>>When you hear PR, you automatically think "personal record", not "public relations".
首(马) 只有一次, PR可有无数次.
>>Your holiday wish list can be fulfilled at any running or sporting goods store.
>>One of the first things people ask you when they haven't seen you in a while is, "What race are you training for now?"
>>You get excited when the new Runner's World comes in the mail.
>>You always have your next race on the calendar.
>>You want to either cry or punch your doctor in the face when he tells you that you can't run for two weeks.
>>You're excited for your next birthday because it means you'll be in a new age group at road races.
>>You have running clothes and an extra pair of running shoes in your car, "just in case."
>>You're not embarrassed to admit that you've peed in the woods during a run.
>>You get annoyed seeing that your GPS watch is still "Locating Satellites".
>>You're always hungry.
>>When you hear the word "bib", you think about a race number, not a baby.
>>When someone passes you during a training run, you assume they're running a shorter distance than you are.
>>You don't blink at running 26.2 miles, but sometimes that feels like way too far to drive.
甲: 42公里, 我跑吧, 开车太远. 乙: 去你的!
>>When you hear a song from your running playlist on the radio, you immediately feel like running.
>>You frequently get asked, "Did you run?"
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