Let’s begin by admitting that when you start, it’s awful.
After you lace up your new running shoes for the first time, step into your short shorts with the built in panties, pull on a tee-shirt made of recycled plastic bottles or some other technical material that will, eventually, start to stink in the armpits no matter how often you wash it, when you head out the door for that debut run, you might feel good for the first few minutes. You might even feel great. You might hear Bruce Springsteen singing in your own head that tramps like us, baby we were born to run.
For those first few minutes.
And then everything will start to hurt.