I liked this post and thought I’d share because it reminded me how sometimes the only right thing to do is to keep doing. It’ll all work out in the end, and if it’s not worked out, it’s not the end. One foot in front of the other, though, is easier when you’ve got people rooting for you. Who’s your booster club? You’d better thank them!
Last night was my first hill-training night. We do a 3k run, but include in that 4x400m hills (which don’t count as part of the 3 k, so essentially we run to the hill, run up the hill, then run one block to the next intersection where we turn and go down the hill turn again and go back to the base of the hill and then run up again. Repeat until we’ve done the hill 4 times, then run back to the store). I was able to run up the hill twice, then I got tunnel vision and couldn’t hear anything and my trainer caught me just before I hit the ground. She said “Stop.” I said, “I only need to catch my breath.” She said. “No, you need to stop”. So we compromised. I walked while the rest of the group ran.
I felt horrible. I could not…
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