In the pursuit of any running goal you really are only in competition with yourself.
When you become injured, you immediately give yourself an underdog status.
You start to think about all of the problems that your injury presents to prevent you from completing the workouts that you previously believed would make it possible for you to achieve your goal.
Of course, none of that is true. All of those problems we call “reasons” are really just excuses.
There is always a way.
One thing I know for sure. Every runner I have ever worked with you got injured and then set a new P.R. working from an underdog advantage.
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The Ironman triathlon is widely considered to be one of the worlds most grueling single day athletic events.
2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride and a full 26.2 marathon, all in the same day.
My Ironman journey taught me a couple of really important lessons.
Because I know what it feels like, when you think you can’t run, even worse, when a doctor says, you can’t run…but deep down inside, you know you can.
The most important thing Ironman taught me about running injuries is that you, injured runners have a goal. And that goal is important!
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