But yours stands out and their candle can’t be seen.
Hahahha not srs not srs
I want that workout that only I’m known for doing
Currently reading Running with the Buffaloes, and they’re talking about conquering Flagstaff Mountain in Boulder, CO. It’s the huge initiation run that causes people new to altitude training to beg for it’s mercy. You go from hot-shot freshman — to a humbled, stronger, member of the cross country family.
I want that workout.
When I get on that level, I want people to wonder: “What the hell could possibly set this guy apart from everyone else?” And I want to give them that answer. I want to see the look on their face. I want to tell them the workout that humbled me as a runner, and forced me to respect it. I want to understand the true meaning of going beyond your limits. And then go beyond those. I need to believe that the human body is more than just a body. It is inhabited by a soul. An unrelenting soul. The soul that shapes the body’s limits. This world is full of so many unknowns, and our limits being one of them.