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fitblrholics:

Slow progress… is progress (x)

This is very motivating

the-fitblr-stoner:

fitblrholics:

Slow progress… is progress (x)

This is very motivating

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"Right before you head out running, it can be hard to remember exactly why you’re doing it. You often have to override a nagging sense of futility, lacing up your shoes, telling yourslef that no matter how unlikely it seems right now, after you finish you will be glad you went. It’s only afterward that it makes sense, although even then it’s hard to rationalize why. You just feel right. After a run, you feel at one with the world, as though some unspecified, innate need has been fulfilled."

— Adharanand Finn, (via isensearunner)

Well said my man.

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yourpersonalcheerleader:

I have noticed many posts on my dash related to anxiety.

Today I want to share a few posts I have gathered for working with students to help cope with anxiety and stress.

Since I have been collecting these, some of the links to the sources are now broken websites.

Hope these are helpful!

<3

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officialfitspiration:

OFFICIAL FITSPIRATION! 
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officialfitspiration:

OFFICIAL FITSPIRATION! 
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officialfitspiration:

OFFICIAL FITSPIRATION! 
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The jacket.

officialfitspiration:

OFFICIAL FITSPIRATION! 

http://officialfitspiration.tumblr.com/

The jacket.

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wiserstrongerbetter:

Life’s too short to be bored.

wiserstrongerbetter:

Life’s too short to be bored.

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"In football, you might get your bell rung, but you go in with the expectation that you might get hurt, and you hope to win and come out unscathed. As a distance runner, you know you’re going to get your bell rung. Distance runners are experts at pain, discomfort, and fear. You’re not coming away feeling good. It’s a matter of how much pain you can deal with on those days. It’s not a strategy. It’s just a callusing of the mind and body to deal with discomfort. Any serious runner bounces back. That’s the nature of their game. Taking pain."

— Chris Lear - Running with the Buffaloes (via adistancerunner)

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prelives51:

Frank Shorter discusses training with Pre, the 1972 Olympics, their last race, Pre’s death, and the agony of having been the last person to see Pre alive.  Very moving.  From Nike’s “Fire On The Track” documentary.  If you haven’t watched it, good heavens, don’t wait another minute.  

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