Top 10 Tueday: Things Learned Through (and Loved) About Running
by Run, Sickboy, Run
10. Practice makes perfect.
9. My body will adapt.
8. My brain is more powerful than my body.
7. I will never be the best - and that’s okay.
6. I am intense.
5. I can be happy even if I’m not comfortable.
4. People bond over shared interests.
3. The best thinking is done alone.
2. I’m competitive with myself.
1. My body is a gift.
Madelyne’s journey to a second transplant - please consider donating

Top 10 Tueday: Things Learned Through (and Loved) About Running

by Run, Sickboy, Run

10. Practice makes perfect.

9. My body will adapt.

8. My brain is more powerful than my body.

7. I will never be the best - and that’s okay.

6. I am intense.

5. I can be happy even if I’m not comfortable.

4. People bond over shared interests.

3. The best thinking is done alone.

2. I’m competitive with myself.

1. My body is a gift.

Madelyne’s journey to a second transplant - please consider donating

Back to Trail Running

Well, after 10 months of not running I completed 5 1/2 miles over Saturday & Sunday. Overdid it a bit, in that I am pretty sore, but I loved every minute of it. I am looking forward to getting back into a routine so that I do not have to force myself to stop when I need to. At 3 1/4 miles on Sunday I really wanted to just keep going and I love it when I hit that “place” in a run. But I also knew I would really pay for it, and risk injury, so I stopped.

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Finally went running yesterday! It had been 10 months and felt great. Tough to call it “running” when I was out for 50+ minutes and accomplished 2.35 miles but I don’t care. If I ran at all, I was running. The boardwalks were very slick with the morning dew on the algae infused planks so it was kinda shuffling when I was on there. Hoping to go out again this morning! 

I have not run since October 19th

The day of the Savage Race. The day I fell off a 10’ wall, the 10th obstacle of a 27 obstacle race. I was only able to complete one obstacle after that, a water one that I was able to rely on upper body weight for. I walked/limped 4 miles to cross the finish. After 5 months of training I refused to not get my medal.

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"It’s hard, simple calculus: Run until you can’t run anymore. Then run some more. Find a new source of energy and will. Then run even faster."

Scott Jurek, Eat and Run (via runningvegan)

(via runningofsummits)

stunaruna:

Ryan Hall everybody.
Got this from Sara Hall’s Facebook page “Watched this guy run enough for both if us this morning - hard 2 hour long run with tempo intervals”.
 
Ryan Hall is one of my favorite distance runners of all time!

stunaruna:

Ryan Hall everybody.

Got this from Sara Hall’s Facebook page “Watched this guy run enough for both if us this morning - hard 2 hour long run with tempo intervals”.

 

Ryan Hall is one of my favorite distance runners of all time!

(via runningobsession)

trappephoto:

I had the incredible opportunity to shoot Anton Krupicka’s recent Nolan’s 14 attempt. Here are a few of my favorites. Watching TK take the lines he did up those peaks was one of the most remarkable things I have seen. Way to go Tony!

(via irun2much)

thefitty:


badassery 101

Indeed.

thefitty:

badassery 101

Indeed.

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