Keep your dream in front of you. Never let it go regardless of how farfetched it might seem.
There is no such thing as an average runner. We are all above average.
Even when you have gone as far as you can, and everything hurts, and you are staring at the specter of self-doubt, you can find a bit more strength deep inside you, if you look closely enough.
Hills. We love them. We hate them. They make us strong. They make us weak. Today I
chose to embrace hills.
It is not so much that I began to run, but that I continued.
I run, therefore I am. And given the years improved fitness adds to our lives, if I did not run, maybe I would no longer be.
Motivation remains key to the marathon: the motivation to begin; the motivation to continue; the motivation never to quit.
The pride in finishing a marathon is much greater than all the pain endured during the marathon.
We all have bad days and bad workouts, when running gets ugly, when split times seem slow, when you wonder why you started. It will pass.
Putting miles in your training log is like putting money in the bank. You begin to draw interest on it immediately.
The most important day in any running program is rest. Rest days give your muscles time to recover so you can run again. Your muscles build in strength as you rest.
What is the purpose of any one workout? Enjoyment? Improvement? Coach said so? Whatever, the hour you run often is the best hour of the day.
Some runners judge performance by whether they won or lost. Others define success or failure by how fast they ran. Only you can judge your performance. Avoid letting others sit in judgment of you.
The marathon never ceases to be a race of joy, a race of wonder.
The difference between the mile and the marathon is the difference between burning your fingers with a match and being slowly roasted over hot coals.
Different people have different reasons for racing, but one is simply the incentive to get out and run, increase mileage and feel good.
Running long offers a dress rehearsal. Running long teaches the stress of lifting feet 5,000 times per hour. Running long builds confidence.
How would you describe the worst run you ever had? Precious!
I double-knot my shoe laces. It's a pain untying your shoes afterward-particularly if you get them wet-but so is stopping in the middle of a race to tie them.
Rested, Refreshed, and Ready to run, the three Rs of peak performance.
Whatever, the hour you run often is the best hour of the day.
Life is a series of hard and easy runs.
Finish: Even if you run a slower than expected time, you succeed in any marathon when you finish.
There's one rule of thumb that suggests that you need one day of recovery for every mile run in a race. Another rule of thumb...suggests one day...for every kilometer run in anger.
I finished a marathon.
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