Full year of running streak during the global pandemic.
First fully non-stop (not even for a water break) half marathon at 9 minutes 55 seconds a mile pace (Thanksgiving Day of 2020).
2 Years of running streak completed; next goal set to complete; 1000 days of running streak.
1 full year of running streak completed; next goal set to 500 days of streak; stretch goal of 2 full years of streak.
Ran Iconic “Born to Run” 5 Miles Race on the Thanksgiving Day; Beginning of the running streak.
It is difficult to train for a marathon, but it is even more difficult to not be able to train for a marathon.
The marathon is not really about the marathon, it’s about the shared struggle. And it’s not only the marathon but the training.
Marathoning is like cutting yourself unexpectedly. You dip into the pain so gradually that the damage is done before you are aware of it. Unfortunately, when the awareness comes, it is excruciating.
You have to forget your last marathon before you try another. Your mind can’t know what’s coming
There is a moment in every race. A moment where you can either quit, fold, or say to yourself, ‘I can do this.’