Matt woke up suddenly and looked at his alarm clock. It was already 6:50. Would he have time? If he can start by 7:00 he should have time for a 30 minute run. That's as far as he thought he could go this morning. He drank a glass of water, got dressed, and put on a gray hooded sweatshirt. Would he need the sweatshirt? He hadn't had time to check the weather yet. Matt grabbed his phone and headphones. The temperature on his phone says 48 degrees. A cool, calm, Montana June morning. He stepped outside and was glad to be wearing the sweatshirt. After getting some music playing it was time to start running. This was his first morning run for many years. He was feeling a bit cold and stiff, but he decided to start without stretching. He would just take it easy at first and get warmed up while he was running. He might regret making that decision later, but for now it made sense. For the first mile he plodded down the paved bike path, just trying to keep putting on
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