Hip Bones and a Slender Waist

“To run cross country you must be stubborn. You cannot bring yourself down. You can’t let the miles phase you. You have to wake up and tell yourself to work harder than you did the day before. You have to make the conscious decision that you value accomplishment over comfort. Anyone can be a runner, but it takes a strong willed person who is willing to run the race on pure guts and 100% heart to be a cross country runner.”
— (via runforfreetherapy)

(via runningofsummits)

“The most important decision you make is to be in a good mood.”
— ― Voltaire (via psych-quotes)

(via runningtheremedy)

aprettysoul:

Shanina is so beautiful! A perfect mixed between Australian and Pakistani, if  I remember right!

aprettysoul:

Shanina is so beautiful! A perfect mixed between Australian and Pakistani, if  I remember right!

(via simplyshrinking)

“Running well is a matter of having the patience to persevere when we are tired and not expecting instant results.”
— Robert de Castella. Normally I breeze by the Runner’s World quotation of the day but this one really got me. (De Castella, since I didn’t recognize his name, turns out to be an Australian marathon record holder who now runs a charity training indigenous runners for the New York City Marathon.)

(Source: 94monkeys, via runningtheremedy)

king-satan-senpai:

lifehackable:

Stretches that improve different aspects of your body.

i hate lower pain pain. bless this.

(via runningtheremedy)

Get uncomfortable.