When someone says, “you must lose a lot of weight training for a marathon.”

fatman2fitman:

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therunninghippie:

One thing that running has taught me is that if anybody tells you that you can’t do it, they’re lying. That includes yourself.

easybeinggreene:

Boston Marathon Expo! #bostonmarathon #Boston #runner

easybeinggreene:

Boston Marathon Expo! #bostonmarathon #Boston #runner

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fitgirlsohyeah:

Valeria Guznenkova

fitgirlsohyeah:

Valeria Guznenkova

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happy-healthy-runnergirl:

steveinaspeedo:

When Harriet Anderson crossed the finish line at Kona — the Ford Ironman World Championship — in October 2009, there were a few reasons she stood out. At 74 years of age, she was the oldest female competitor to complete the race. At 11:53 p.m. she finished, just seven minutes before the cutoff. And the reason she’d taken longer than usual? The arm taped to her side was a clue. She’d broken her clavicle at mile 80 of the bike ride when another cyclist bumped into her. Did that deter Harriet? No. She picked herself up, finished the next 32 miles on the bike, and promptly walked the entire 26.2 miles of the marathon.
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This is onspiring

happy-healthy-runnergirl:

steveinaspeedo:

When Harriet Anderson crossed the finish line at Kona — the Ford Ironman World Championship — in October 2009, there were a few reasons she stood out. At 74 years of age, she was the oldest female competitor to complete the race. At 11:53 p.m. she finished, just seven minutes before the cutoff. And the reason she’d taken longer than usual? The arm taped to her side was a clue. She’d broken her clavicle at mile 80 of the bike ride when another cyclist bumped into her. Did that deter Harriet? No. She picked herself up, finished the next 32 miles on the bike, and promptly walked the entire 26.2 miles of the marathon.

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This is onspiring

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