We were born to run. At least that is what countless books and articles tell us on a daily basis. If that is the case, then why is there so much debate on the right and wrong way to run? It’s one foot in front of the other until we get to our destination, right? The faster or further, the better. And if you have fun doing it, even better. But we are constantly analyzing, scrutinizing that simple process of forward movement. It can turn running into a chore. I know I have said “I have to run tonight” on numerous occasions. Do I want to run? Some days, yes. Some days, no. How do we get back to just running without the worries of whether we are doing it right or wrong? Who’s to say we’re doing it wrong anyway? I think it is time to take a step back and ask ourselves, “Why do I run?”?