There have been a ton of questions these days as to why I run so much. My running has been anything but consistent. My answer is usually based on what I should be doing, or what I think I should be doing, I'm not really sure at this point.
I'm pretty sure running changes the way I feel and not running makes me feel, well, not the way I do when I run. So, why run? To feel the way you feel when you run because when you don't, you don't feel the way you feel when you run. And that sucks.