Overtraining is the biggest problem incurred by runners who lack the experience or discipline to cope with their own enthusiasm.
During long, slow distance training, you should think of yourself as a thoroughbred disguised as a plow horse. No need to give yourself away by running fast.
Run your own race at an even pace. Consider the course, the temperature, the weather, and most importantly, your current level of fitness.
The endurance athlete is the ultimate realist.
There's no satisfaction without a struggle first.
Road racing is rock 'n roll; track is Carnegie Hall.
You've got to be a little bored to be doing really good training.
Happy people don't run a 3:47 mile.
There are no secrets to running success,anyone who says there are is probably trying to sell you something.
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