Ever seen the movie Avatar? I felt that same sense of awe looking at Te Mahuta Ngahere, the oldest Kauri tree in the world. It’s over 3000 years old, 1000 years older than the tallest tree in the forest, Tane Mahuta, and it reminded me of the importance of patience.
The objective of running is not just to accomplish an event, it’s to become a better person through the journey. What you learn through running is that you can’t rush progress. You need to work on it – day in, day out. That doesn’t always mean going for a run or walk. I’m a holistic running coach and realise that eating well, drinking well, sleeping well and thinking well are all part of your run training program.
This is the key takeaway:
– Don’t rush your progress because that’s the fastest way to crash. Instead be patient but diligent. You’re not looking for a postcard finish that captures just a moment of brilliance. Look instead at how you can grow and improve a little bit everyday so that you live your results everyday.
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