therunninglifechoseme:

"In the first half of the race, don’t be an idiot. In the second half, don’t be a wimp" -Scott Douglas
^^my alltime favorite running quote. 

therunninglifechoseme:

"In the first half of the race, don’t be an idiot. In the second half, don’t be a wimp" -Scott Douglas

^^my alltime favorite running quote. 

angel-likes-running:

THIs photograph Is GORGEOUS

angel-likes-running:

THIs photograph Is GORGEOUS

sarahsnachos:

This is an awesome graphic that shows off how colorful veggies are, and the benefits you can expect based on color alone. Who doesn’t want a rainbow on their plate? I know I get more and more excited as I pile delightful colors onto my plate. It’s nice to be able to switch it up.  As an aside, I’d like to share an absolute truth. When I cut open an eggplant, I get disappointed every time. Why can’t the whole thing be that deep purple delight?

sarahsnachos:

This is an awesome graphic that shows off how colorful veggies are, and the benefits you can expect based on color alone. Who doesn’t want a rainbow on their plate? I know I get more and more excited as I pile delightful colors onto my plate. It’s nice to be able to switch it up.
As an aside, I’d like to share an absolute truth. When I cut open an eggplant, I get disappointed every time. Why can’t the whole thing be that deep purple delight?

mistersailor:

englishsnow:

by .monodrift

My body is literally shaking from this holy shit I want to walk through all these places

the-definition-ofawkward:

Set yourself free.

the-definition-ofawkward:

Set yourself free.

runimal1600:

nicerunningday:

Mo Farah in Nike GB Team uniform

LMAO

runimal1600:

nicerunningday:

Mo Farah in Nike GB Team uniform

LMAO

fitness-motivators:

For More Visit: Fitness Motivators
I ran to find peace. I ran, and kept running, because I had learned that once you started something you didn’t quit, because in life, you have to keep pressing forward. Eventually I ran because I turned into a runner, and my sport brought me physical pleasure and spirited me away from debt and disease, from niggling worries of everyday existence. I ran because I grew to love other runners. I ran because I loved challenges and because there is no better feeling than arriving at the finish line or completing a difficult training run. And because as an accomplished runner, I could tell others how rewarding it was to live healthily, to move my body everyday, to get through difficulties, to eat with consciousness, that what mattered wasn’t how much money you made or where you lived, it was how you lived. I ran because overcoming the difficulties of an ultramarathon reminded me that I could overcome the difficulties of life, that overcoming difficulties was life.
Scott Jurek from his book Eat & Run (via nextbestrunner)