This was supposed to be a progressive run but since I’m still trying to get back into good pacing I didn’t do it exactly correct. Miles 11-13 were supposed to be at my goal marathon pace but mile 12 had a big hill in it so it was too slow. Overall I’m pleased!

I’m loving the tired legs, marathon training feeling.

badveganwolf:

midnasbitch:

blossoming-existence:

october-eightyeight:

laughing-trees:

carniecopter:

We are not so different.

I love this, we are all just occupying different forms

this is the coolest f*cking thing

this is so important

this.

THIS IS IMPORTANT

adviceforvegans:

Say NO to marine parks!

adistancerunner:

runningvibes:

Zurich 2014 - European Athletics Championships - Mo Farah GB

What a boss.

adistancerunner:

runningvibes:

Zurich 2014 - European Athletics Championships - Mo Farah GB

What a boss.

"These first few runs back from injury bordered on religious experiences. I realized what a profound impact running has had on my life and that it would always be a part of me. Running connects me with nature, my church. It gives my life structure and meaning, things that are essential for happiness. Running enhances every moment of life; it makes food taste better, it makes a cold beer more delicious, it even makes sleep more enjoyable."

marylily2:

Some of my favourite all time Robin Williams movie moments. Rest in peace!

"And damn it feels good. Periodically, I’ve felt these moments where my body has “flipped the switch” as I like to call it….where running becomes so repetitive that every part of the body that resisted finally relents, and a switch is flipped, the body turns on, and running becomes superhuman. It’s indescribable, but well known by those who do experience the distinct sensation."