The most important thing I learned during my first full marathon? Never trust a mile. Just because mile 4 was hell doesn’t mean mile 18 will be too. When you face those tough miles, dig deep, and remember that the next one doesn’t have to be tough too. Each mile, each run, is different. And if you keep that in mind, you can go further than you ever imagined.
Go all the way with it. Do not back off. For once, go all the goddamn way with what matters.- Ernest Hemingway (via elige)
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As an athlete, you’ll never feel bad about losing, but what you will feel bad about is underperforming. That’s a real thing and it happens a lot when we don’t live up to our potential. And that keeps you up at night and can give you years and years of regret. It could be a relationship, it could be a homework assignment, or it could be an athletic competition. If you don’t go out and perform to the best of your ability, it will really bother you.- Chael Sonnen (via quotethat)
last nights show in Portland was sick as frick, twenty one pilots never cease to amaze me. |-/ SKELETØN CLIQUE