A 30-tonne piece of artwork being installed in the Olympic Park provides good advice for the athletes at this Summers Olympics, as the images below show.
It has been created by artist Monica Bonvicini who says it is a cultural reflection of popular music titles, including The Velvet Underground's Run Run Run, Neil Young's Running Dry and Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run.
The nine-metre tall letters each weigh 10 tonnes and are constructed from steel and reflective glass - producing a mirrored effect during the day and a glow at night through the use of LED lighting that will reflect off a series of internal curved mirrors.
It will take around six weeks to fit all the components to the letters, including the glass and 305 metres of energy efficient LED lighting.
Bonvicini said: "RUN will blend in perfectly in the landscape, avoiding monumentality through the mirroring of the surroundings. At night the psychedelic light reflections will illuminate it in a vigorous, elegant and witty way, reflecting the great liveliness of London."
Phew... glad that monumentality has been avoided.