Running moves you forward. From Time To Kick Buts.
It really does! From Time To Kick Buts.
Focus on how far you’ve come. From Time To Kick Buts.
Running slow isn’t a character flaw. quitting is. From Time To Kick Buts.
Focus, focus, focus. Continue reading
I’ve had to shift the focus of my runs slightly as I’m not always able to do my long slow run. I’m just concentrating on consistency, form and most importantly, enjoyment. So this quote struck a chord with me.
Focus on what it’s like to be outdoors, to feeling your body move, to the relationships you may have built through running. These are experiences that can be reproduced with every run—you don’t need a good finish time to produce them. By shifting the focus from results to running itself you’ll feel empowered.
Jim Taylor, Ph.D., a sports psychologist and author of Prime Sport: Triumph of the Athlete Mind, The Bliss List, Runner’s World.com.
I found this image on http://aussierunner.com/. Whether you are a ChiRunner or not, I think the advice is still valid.
Focus your mind
Strengthen your core
Run like the wind!