I never liked running. I was the kid that used to fake an asthma attack during conditioning. Go tell coach I have to go throw up. Pull the “WATER” skit from spongebob when he took his helmet off to flex for sandy at her place 😭😂
What I’m starting to learn though, is the beauty in the challenge. No ball in sight. Few spectators. It’s all you. You have to push yourself. You have to decide that finishing is more important, and that the feeling of achievement lasts longer than the pain. It’s the you that you’re trying to become vs the you that you used to be, and endurance is the name of the game.
Here’s to many more miles, to overcoming all obstacles and excuses, and to stepping out of your comfort zone. You might surprise yourself.