Maybe you’re running for weight loss, for runner’s high, or just for the pure exhilarating freedom running induces. Whatever your reason, you’ve probably hit a point where you thought running is “simple, but not easy”.
In all of my international volleyball experience, I never qualified for the Olympics. I like to say, though I can’t tell for sure, that I would have been an Olympian had I developed my mental game at a younger age.
The Mid Hook-Up, Just Let Me Catch that Highlight.
Michael Phelps winning gold in London in the 100m Butterly. Watching Phelps’ mom is almost better than watching Phelps. She is 100% the true Olympian.
We all have those moments, especially on the longer runs, where every cell in our body is urging us to stop.
LeBron James might or might not be the greatest basketball player of all time. It’s a pointless discussion, for now, because his career isn’t even close to being over.
What matters is how you get up.
Relieving rapists of their responsibility, colleges articulate their passive acceptance of violence on women. Tasked with preparing the next generation for progress, they instead solidify a status quo of misogyny and gender violence.
Can you imagine chasing after something that you will lose over and over?
But despite its theoretical involvement in these aspects, is violence an innate part of our being? Should it be a response to a form of disagreement? Should it be a tool to break barriers?