Favorite running quote (Read 3387 times)

    I found this one today.  It seems appropriate considering I decided this weekend I want to run a 100-mile trail run in 2013.

     

    "If you are ever going to achieve as much as you can in a sport, you are going to have to be willing to make a leap of faith to learn how much your body can handle."  (Meredith Rainey Valmon)

    Leslie
    Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain
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    2017 Schedule:

    Jan 8 - Clam Beach 8 3/4; Feb 18/19 - Hagg Lake 50k & 25k; Apr ?? - Mendocino 50k; May 7 - Ave of Giants HM; June 3 - Grasshopper Peak 30k (sweep duties); June 16/17 - Wild Rogue Relay; June ?? - Rim to Rim 50 (Chico, CA) OR Jul 8 - Mt. Hood 50 (lottery); Sept 23 & 24 - Mt. Lakes 100 (first 100 - Yikes!!)


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    dallasboycows


      You don't get a body like this from walking

       that's hilarious.


      MM #5616

        Back of shirt: "If you see me collapse, please hit 'Pause' on my Garmin."

        I hammered down the trail, passing rocks and trees like they were standing still.


        Am I doing this right?

          Back of shirt: "If you see me collapse, please hit 'Pause' on my Garmin."

           

           

          I was just given a Road ID as a gift.  I should have put that on there.  I love it.

          No excuses....

            "The time you clock after you come across the finish line doesn't comes close to reflecting the distance you come to get there!"

            2016 Goals:

            #1: Do what I can do. <not doing well>

            #2: 1/2 Ironman (New Orleans, LAI) <DONE>

             

              Back of shirt: "If you see me collapse, please hit 'Pause' on my Garmin."

               

              I "LOL'd"

                This shirt is BLACK...Pause...NOT!

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

                AlmostQuick


                  Have to remind myself of this now and again: "Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional."

                  MrH


                    I found this one today.  It seems appropriate considering I decided this weekend I want to run a 100-mile trail run in 2013.

                     

                    "If you are ever going to achieve as much as you can in a sport, you are going to have to be willing to make a leap of faith to learn how much your body can handle."  (Meredith Rainey Valmon)

                     

                    Meredith is an 800m runner. 

                    The process is the goal.

                    Men heap together the mistakes of their lives, and create a monster they call Destiny.