Runners tend to be a dedicated — some might even say obsessed — group. Come any type of weather or under just about any circumstance, they will find a way to get out and log their miles. But even the most dedicated runner faces a mental roadblock once in a while, a lack of motivation that threatens to derail training. That’s when finding a way to break through and stoke the fires again becomes imperative.
"What to Do When Running Becomes a Chore" is from the January 23, 2017 Lifestyle section of The Washington Post. It was written by Amanda Loudin and narrated by Sam Scholl.