Running: a ways to go

The problem with running isn’t the legs getting tired and rubbery, it’s the lungs that can’t keep up with the legs. I would be able to run longer, if it wasn’t for the out-of-breathness. I can swim for laps and laps without stopping, yet it’s the same pair of lungs.

The thud-thud jarring of the bones, trunk, limbs and muscles is also unpleasant, compared to one’s buoyancy while cutting through water.

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