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“ But if you look at the people who are consistently achieving their goals, you start to realize that it’s not the events or the results that make them different. It’s their commitment to the process. They fall in love with the daily practice, not the individual event. What’s funny, of course, is that this focus on the process is what will allow you to enjoy the results anyway… ”
The advice I have for beginners is the same philosophy that I have for runners of all levels of experience and ability – consistency, a sane approach, moderation and making your running an enjoyable, rather than dreaded, part of your life.
Bill Rodgers, four-time winner of the Boston Marathon
The Syracuse team about to do a 2 mile time trial. (From Runnerspace’s Instagram)
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“ And if you are awake at four AM, you are either in love or lonely, and I don’t know which one is worse. ”
Life will give you back exactly what you put into it.
I don’t think this is entirely true. I think that it’s more accurate to say that at most, you get what you put in. I find that you seldom get what you put in, as there are so many things out of your control. and to think that you are in complete control is naive.