The most important thing I learned during my first full marathon? Never trust a mile. Just because mile 4 was hell doesn’t mean mile 18 will be too. When you face those tough miles, dig deep, and remember that the next one doesn’t have to be tough too. Each mile, each run, is different. And if you keep that in mind, you can go further than you ever imagined.
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princessjdw said: So question how do you keep ur self motivated... I find myself giving up if I don't lose weight in a day... :/ silly I know but I am really by myself with the motivation... Help
To be honest, looking at my old pictures, putting myself back in those situations where I was super uncomfortable and feeling those feelings again. That’s such a motivation.
Sometimes I think about how different my life would have been if I wasn’t overweight growing up. My friendships, my attitude, my way of thinking, even my decisions may have all been different if I wasn’t so self conscious all the time. I may have robbed myself from reaching my potential because I didn’t think I was good enough when I was overweight. And as wrong as that was, it happened. It sucks but it happened. And I will never let that happen again. I have too much ambition.
All of the above