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When Something that is Supposed to be Easy Feels (Really) Hard

On Thursday, June 22nd, Jim Ryun ran a mile in 4:07. In his training log, he wrote “was hard.”

The mile race was the prelims for the AAU National Championship. Ryun had advanced to the final. But as someone who was just a few years removed from gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated when he set the high school mile record with a then incomprehensible 3:55.3, it’s easy to see why a ‘har

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On Thursday, June 22nd, Jim Ryun ran a mile in 4:07. In his training log, he wrote “was hard.”The mile race was the prelims for the AAU National Ch Read more of this blog post »
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“Stress + rest = growth. This equation holds true regardless of what it is that you are trying to grow.”
Brad Stulberg, Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success

“simply telling yourself “I am excited” shifts your demeanor from what they call a threat mindset (stressed out and apprehensive) to an opportunity mindset (revved up and ready to go). “Compared to those who attempt to calm down,” the authors conclude, “individuals who reappraise their anxious arousal as excitement perform better.” Put differently: The sensations you feel prior to a big event are neutral—if you view them in a positive light, they are more likely to have a positive impact on your performance. These”
Brad Stulberg, Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, and Thrive with the New Science of Success

“the real secret of world-class performers is not the daily routines that they develop, but that they stick to them. That they show up, even when they don’t feel like it. Call it drive, call it passion, or call it grit; whatever you call it, it must come from deep within.”
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