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For years I avoided running and said it’s just not my thing.
I secretly want to run. In middle and high School I would run as part of training for Tae Kwon Do tournaments. We clocked 4 to 7 mile runs 3 to 4 times a week. It was fun running with friends. Running to have the stamina to compete. After I stopped practicing TKD I stopped running too. I didn’t see the point of running for the sake of running.
Now, years later as 38 year old man I wish I could run again. Every time I try it I overdo it and hurt myself.
Two things are holding me back. Lack of moderation and running technique. As lame as that sounds I’m not even sure I’m running correctly.
So I don’t hate running. I don’t like being injured.
After one of my “I hate running” rants a friend recommended the book ‘Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen’. I was intrigued but not enough to act on it.
The past few months I’ve been thinking about running and how great it would be to run without getting injured.
We live in a great age where almost everything we would want to know is on the internet. So I started my search. My search lead me back to Born to Run. I had a few unused credits on my Audible account so I checked if the Audio version was available. It was.
I powered through it in a few days. Amazing.
I decided I need a coach to help me attain proper running form before I try running again.
In 2017 I actively started to learn hook and line fish fishing.
I met some amazing people and learned a ton.
The video below is a quick overview of my San Diego fishing adventures along with a message for new San Diego fishermen just getting started. Click here to watch this on the Roman Castro Vlog YouTube Channel
NEW TO FISHING?
Fishing is such a rewarding pass time. There is so much to learn but you can get started with just some basic knowledge. The whole point is to get outside and enjoy it. Know that you are going to make mistakes and be OK with it. It’s part of learning. Fish with a purpose so you can learn something on every session.
Also, like every sport there are people that believe since they’ve been doing it for a long time think they own the water or the act of fishing. Don’t let the haters get you down. Stay positive. Fishing is for everyone. As a beginner the best things you can do are to know your regs, respect the catch, follow the law and follow the golden rule.
We are lucky to have such an awesome fishery in San Diego. We can fish in the bays for salty bass, in the ocean for pelagic species, and in our local lakes and reservoirs for freshwater species. Good luck on your San Diego fishing adventures. Follow my journey and let’s learn together.
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