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Article on Hall (Read 768 times)


Am I doing this right?

    I know this is a lightning rod topic, but thought I'd share:

     

    http://deadspin.com/5926710/can-god-coach-an-american-marathoner-to-olympic-gold

    No excuses....


    Interval Junkie --Nobby

      Ryan's exegesis is a bit off: "[God] highlighted the need for me to take one day a week as a day of rest," Hall wrote in an email to Deadspin, "in the same way that God took a day of rest after creating the universe."

       

      We all know . . . 

       

      And on the 7th day, God did an easy three.

      2014 Goals:  sub-3 Marathon 

      Current Status 06/19: Pelvic stress-fracture = 6-weeks of no running.


      just a simple cat

        The comments are awesome:

         

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        2. Ryan Hall ran a sub-2:05 marathon. He can do whatever the fuck he wants.

        3. Talking directly to God is actually a remarkably sane occurrence for a guy running 100+ miles a week. I once had a fairly engaging conversation with a hamburger on a 20 mile run."

         

        I  guess as you get more bodacious, you begin to lose more brain cells, because there is a limit to how much magnificence your body can house

          I heart Ryan Hall and I don't care who knows!

          "If you have the fire, run..." -John Climacus

            Sweet Jesus.. Im exhausted after reading the piles of articles about how great Hall is. Cant we just skip to the part where he runs well and finishes 9th or 10th in London? 

            Dont call it a comeback

              Ryan's exegesis is a bit off: "[God] highlighted the need for me to take one day a week as a day of rest," Hall wrote in an email to Deadspin, "in the same way that God took a day of rest after creating the universe."

               

              We all know . . . 

               

              And on the 7th day, God did an easy three.

               

              Damn. All this time, I thought it was an easy six.

               

              Probably some sort of a problem with the translation. Is that NIV?

              It should be mathematical, but it's not.

                 Cant we just skip to the part where he runs well and finishes 9th or 10th in London? 

                 

                Heh. 

                 

                xor


                  >> exegesis

                   

                  I am pro The Jesus.

                   

                    A. I thought he was a good deal bigger than 130 pounds.  He's smaller than I.

                    B. I don't go for the God stuff, but I have no criticism of Hall. It may work for him. I'm rooting for him.

                    Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                      130 lbs? Heck--he's also smaller than I!

                      HF #8206