"It’s not about what you’re capable of, it’s about what you are willing to endure."
Orrin Woodward (via observando)

(via a-pure-guts-race)

clifbarsandpeanutbutter:

Final lap.
"The hardest thing to teach an athlete is the ability to suffer. Those who know how to suffer, know how to win."
"What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you."
Ralph Waldo Emerson (via purplebuddhaproject)

a-pure-guts-race:

nine-run-run:

This video of Brenda Martinez doing a killer track workout is amazing:

http://www.flotrack.org/video/712300-Brenda-Martinez-interval-session-with-all-out-400m-tag#.Uy5Og15shqM (it won’t let me post it because it’s over 5 minutes long)

But yeah it’s really cool just wanted to share it and store it here for future reference

Loveeeee her

running-quotes:

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"Runners just do it. They run for the finish line even if someone else has reached it first."
 -Unknown (via gayrunner)

(via a-runnersdream)

heteroiero:

people who exercise in order to get rid of period cramps are the ones surviving the apocalypse. 

(via whaaathephong)

"You make mistakes. Mistakes don’t make you."
Maxwell Maltz (via purplebuddhaproject)
"Sometimes you have to forget what you feel, and remember what you deserve."
Unknown (via purplebuddhaproject)
"For the most part, we exist in a numb, dead society. I’m doing my best to be alive and running in the mountains is the best way I’ve found to do that. And because I love the effortlessness that sometimes occurs while cruising down a cushy pine-needle singletrack or even while grinding up a switchback above tree line. I love how I can run up and into a mountain cirque or over a pass and be completely dwarfed and humbled by the sheer immensity and grandiosity of the landscape and I love flying down the other side with the breeze in my hair and the gravel in my shoes and the burning in my quads and the branches in my face and then when I’m finally all worn out there’s nothing like peeling my shoes off and just sitting. Just being at rest. Running sharpens the focus on life and intensifies the emotions. Is there any better reason to do anything?"
Anton Krupicka (via lighttread)

(via runningxctf)

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