When you’ve given ALL you can to reach your goal.
I’d rather be the one on the right.
It’s just you, the road and a sense of accomplishment.
The most common mistake I see is then people plant their foot WAY in front of their bodies and come down on their heels. Your foot should make contact directly beneath your center of gravity or maybe slightly in front of it, with most of the impact happening mid-foot.
The race starts the moment you wake up.
thebeautyofsports: Morgane Gay of the University of Virginia (769) paces the pack during the 2010 Division I Women’s Cross Country Championship held at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center in Terre Haute, IN. (via NCAA)
Lead the pack. Make them all chase and struggle to catch up to you.