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  1. Danny Dehlin said:

    Duncan. This is something that I find myself fighting with myself about frequently. I’ll go weeks without and then find myself plugging in and distracting myself from the non-running me. What it usually comes back to is that I run for me, going through many of the same changes as you have in the last 16 months, making time for myself is as important as ever. So… when I find myself worrying about checking things off my to-do list instead of putting one foot in front of the other, the head phones go in and I check out. Besides, I have to leave myself something to think about when I’m staring at the ceiling at 2 a.m. thinking about what I need to do before the twins wake up. Good call on Cowherd but I’m more of a Mike and Mike guy.

    August 11, 2012
    • Good points Dan. Good to hear from you. Cowherd is the man. Mike and Mike? Pretty decent for sure too.

      August 12, 2012
  2. said:

    I totally hear you. I’m constantly trying to find the balance between running with noise or without, I do have to admit some of the ultra podcasts can keep a person motivated.

    August 13, 2012
  3. said:

    I totally hear you. I’m constantly trying to find the balance between running with noise or without, I do have to admit some of the ultra podcasts can keep a person motivated.

    August 13, 2012
  4. Michael Cipriano said:

    Good to see your commentary DC! I still don’t ride/ski/bike with headphones, mainly because we have bears and moose to listen for… I do pump the tunes for weight sessions.

    A couple podcast suggestions, ‘Freakonomics’, and ‘How did this get made’.

    August 15, 2012
  5. Michael Cipriano said:

    Good to see your commentary DC! I still don’t ride/ski/bike with headphones, mainly because we have bears and moose to listen for… I do pump the tunes for weight sessions.

    A couple podcast suggestions, ‘Freakonomics’, and ‘How did this get made’.

    August 15, 2012

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