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This reminded me of a story i heard a long time ago. It is a long one but the jist of it is that God is always walking by me and will always be by my side in times of good and bad. After getting through training and finishing up my goals, I saw this picture and it reminded me of this story and I really appreciated the good feeling of knowing i completed what I started.

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Marathon & Beyond -- The web site for marathoners and ultrarunners.

When just trainging a couple days ago, I wasn't jogging, I tested myself and was running a pretty decent pace and kept going until I felt like I would pass out. I remembered hearing the term "hitting the wall" and thought i would look into it. Here is some info. I came up with!

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Running is going great, I hope to keep it up and stay healthy! It feels great to get out and blow out my energy. I am getting closer and closer each time I run to the time that I hope to achieve!

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Photo by chelseadeette • Instagram

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This picture Isn't relevant to running... But it really is a motivator for when you hit the wall and feel like you can't go any farther. Keep on going and believe in yourself!

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GOAL

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I've finally reached my goal! I ran my mile in my time and I can finally say that my goal has been reached. I'm happy that I was able to get this far and achieve this.

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Check-Up

So far so good! I think by early next week I am going to test myself with my "coach" and see if I can run my goal time!

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Ryan Hall-What an Inspiration!

Ryan Hall (born October 14, 1982) is an American long distance runner. He won the marathon at the 2008 United States Olympic Trials and placed tenth in the Olympic marathon in Beijing. He holds the U.S. record in the half marathon (59:43). With his half marathon record time, he became the first U.S. runner to break the one hour barrier in the event.[1]

Hall came on to the running scene as a high school junior. He graduated from high school in the same year as Dathan Ritzenhein and Alan Webb, behind whom he finished in the 2000 Foot Locker Cross Country Championships.

Hall was the California state cross country champion during his junior and senior seasons at Big Bear High School. He finished third at the Foot Locker Nationals in Orlando during his senior season, also set the Mt. SAC course record in 2000.[4] In track, he was the National Scholastic mile champion in his junior season at 4:06.15,[5] and was the CIF California State Meet champion in the 1600 meters during his senior season with a state record time of 4:02.62,[6] and won the state title during his junior season in the two-mile at 8:55.12. [7] Hall competed at the Peregrine Systems U.S. Open at Stanford in the 1500 meters, running 3:42.70, and at the 2001 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

Although he is a long distance runner, He is SUCH an inspiration!

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Four-Week Beginner Training Program to Run One Mile

Four-Week Beginner Training Program to Run One Mile | Running the One | Scoop.it

This whole training guide is good for starters and actually following the exercises is helpful for me. I will try and jog my mile a couple times and rest, then run it while timing myself and each time I run it I try and knock off some time on it! It is cool to see how other people have learned how to train as well!

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