Don’t believe everything you think.
That was a bumper sticker that caught my eye on the highway this weekend. I wished I had read that phrase earlier in the day, before I ran my half marathon as opposed to on the way home from the race.
I approached mile 10 that day and started feeling tired. My legs were fine. My lungs were fine. The only thing that was tired was my brain. Endurance running becomes more a battle of the mind than of the body. I was losing the battle of the mind.
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