Top 10 motivation quotes will definitely inspire you through marathon training
18 May, 2019 • by Admin
Perhaps the biggest challenge of running is not our bodies but our mental state.
We rounded up the best inspirational running quotes to help get you moving and keep you fueled through your next long run. Lace up your shoes, and read on.
1.) “If you run, you are a runner. It doesn’t matter how fast or how far. It doesn’t matter if today is your first day or if you’ve been running for twenty years. There is no test to pass, no license to earn, no membership card to get. You just run.” – John Bingham
2.) “I run because long after my footprints fade away, maybe I will have inspired a few to reject the easy path, hit the trails, put one foot in front of the other, and come to the same conclusion I did: I run because it always takes me where I want to go.” – Dean Karnazes
3.) “Never underestimate the power that one good workout can have on your mind. Keeping the dream alive is half the battle.” – Kara Goucher
4.) “Running allows me to set my mind free. Nothing seems impossible. Nothing unattainable.” — Kara Goucher
5.) "I am a runner because I run. Not because I run fast. Not because I run far. I am a runner because I say I am. And no one can tell me I'm not." - John Bingham
6.) "It's very hard in the beginning to understand that the whole idea is not to beat the other runners. Eventually, you learn that the competition is against the little voice inside you that wants you to quit." - George Sheehan
7.) "If you can't fly, then run. If you can't run, then walk. If you can't walk, then crawl. But whatever you do, keep moving." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
8.) "Somewhere in the world, someone is training when you are not. When you race him, he will win." - Tom Fleming
9.) "I run because I can. When I get tired, I remember those who can't run, what they would give to have this simple gift I take for granted, and I run harder for them. I know they would do the same for me." - Unknown
10.) "I think I get addicted to the feelings associated with the end of a long run. I love feeling empty, clean, worn out, and sweat-purged. I love that good ache of the muscles that have done me proud." - Kristin Armstrong
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