Marathon Quotes

Quotes tagged as "marathon" (showing 1-30 of 70)
Meb Keflezighi
“But I also realize that winning doesn't always mean getting first place; it means getting the best out of yourself.”
Meb Keflezighi, Run to Overcome: The Inspiring Story of an American Champion's Long-Distance Quest to Achieve a Big Dream

“When I go to the Boston Marathon now, I have wet shoulders—women fall into my arms crying. They're weeping for joy because running has changed their lives. They feel they can do anything.”
Kathrine Switzer

“And then there's the perverse joy of subtly working in references to marathon training in daily life, say at the post office or while waiting outside my first-graders' classrooms at the end of the school day.”
Sarah Bowen Shea, Train Like a Mother: How to Get Across Any Finish Line - and Not Lose Your Family, Job, or Sanity

Gina Greenlee
“The week before the marathon, sleep well. If normally you “get by” with five hours but require seven, make sure you get seven every night. The sleep you get the week leading up to the marathon is more important than the night before. The night before, you probably won’t sleep well due to anxiety, excitement and anticipation.”
Gina Greenlee, The Whole Person Guide to Your First Marathon: A Mind Body Spirit Companion

Eleanor Brownn
“You thought it would break you in two, but it made you twice as strong.”
Eleanor Brownn

Eleanor Brownn
“You’ve climbed too many mountains and crossed too many rivers to stop and turn back now.”
Eleanor Brownn, Mile 9: The true story of a lifelong couch potato who one day made a decision that changed everything

Jacqueline Simon Gunn
“The Existentially Preoccupied Long Distance Runner

Sometimes I like to run so hard and for so long
with each mile I can feel the pain of my own awareness,
my own heightened consciousness of what ails me,
the ills of the world,
the limitations of our existence,
the losses we must endure,
the superficial interactions.

Sometimes I like to run so hard and for so long
that I can feel all of these feelings seep out of the pours of my own skin,
the sweat cleansing my very being,
my awareness of beauty heightened,
the experience of joy possible,
each mile, each minute, ridding me of these feelings,
washing away the illusions,
showing me the truth.

Sometimes I like to run so hard and for so long…
until finally I feel free…
until finally I AM free…”
Jacqueline Simon Gunn

Abdelkader Benali
“De meeste vrienden die eens een keertje met me meelopen laten me al na een paar kilometer in de steek. Ze krijgen de slappe lach van het lopen. Ik niet. Er valt voor mij niets te lachen. Hardlopen is voor mij een heel ernstige zaak. In Duitse klassieke muziek wordt ook niet veel gelachen, dus waarom tijdens het hardlopen wel?”
Abdelkader Benali, Marathonloper

Jason Dias
“No drugs here, no manipulation of neurotransmitters that leaves our worldly problems unattended. And no talking cures because explicit insight is not needed. All that is required is courage: the courage to encounter discomfort and stay with it long enough to be changed by it, strengthened.”
Jason Dias

Hal Elrod
“On the other side of that line was freedom—the kind of freedom that can never be taken away from you. It was freedom from our self-imposed limitations. Although through our training we have grown to believe that running 52 consecutive miles was possible, none of us really believed in our heart of hearts that it was probable. As individuals, each of us struggled with their own fear and self-doubt. But the moment we cross that finish line, we have given ourselves the gift of freedom from our fears, our self-doubt, and our self-imposed limitations.”
Hal Elrod, The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life: Before 8AM

Assegid Habtewold
“Don't allow one setback to define you. Your true self is beyond measure. Success is a marathon, not a sprint. Move on to where you flourish.”
Assegid Habtewold, The 9 Cardinal Building Blocks: For Continued Success in Leadership

Jacqueline Simon Gunn
“The pain of running relieves the pain of living.”
Jacqueline Simon Gunn

“When you feel life's slow, run !”
Tumpal Sihombing

“You can alter mood by running.”
Tumpal Sihombing

“Running strengthens self-motivation.”
Tumpal Sihombing

“Running is an effort to escape from comfort zone.”
Tumpal Sihombing

“Mind sees world from various perspectives when body does long-distance running.”
Tumpal Sihombing

Ellie Elisabeth
“That was the funny thing. What happened to John would pass for his classmates, but for John it was a long challenging road ahead of him. Who knew where he would be sent, maybe a juvenile detention center? He might keep in touch with a few friends if his parents let him, but he would never return to Wakefield High. His peers had no clue the journey ahead of him, that his life was changed forever.
And they had no idea what lay ahead for Lilly. No one knew she had been given a task by the Archangels to fight a war against pure evil. They had no idea that Lilly would spend most of her free time not training for a marathon, but training to kill demons. John and Lilly were not all too different.”
Ellie Elisabeth

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Gina Greenlee
“If you’ve nurtured your Spirit and trained your Mind as well as your Body you’ll be prepared with everything you need to draft across the finish. Remember: all the training runs when you didn’t feel like running but ran anyway and felt so good physically but also about yourself. Envision the flash of friendly faces waiting to greet you. Celebrate that you have more energy now than you ever dreamed. Revel in the uptick in personal productivity and self-worth. Yes, you will run a marathon. And you will finish.”
Gina Greenlee, The Whole Person Guide to Your First Marathon: A Mind Body Spirit Companion

Gina Greenlee
“Boredom has a bad rap. Its true character reveals you are deep inside your comfort zone. Boredom is a docent beckoning toward the edges of a labyrinth.”
Gina Greenlee, The Whole Person Guide to Your First Marathon: A Mind Body Spirit Companion

“This cyberwar will be a continuous marathon war that will only compound and hyper-evolve in stealth, sophistication and easy entry due to the accelerated evolution of “as a service” attack strategies for sale on the dark web.”
James Scott, Senior Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology

Gina Greenlee
“Once flooded with light, our boogeymen diminish, no longer ogres in our imagination. We welcome internal dialogue for its treasures.”
Gina Greenlee, The Whole Person Guide to Your First Marathon: A Mind Body Spirit Companion

Gina Greenlee
“Just like the body responds with sore muscles when we add mileage, the initial discomfort felt when we listen to the Voice Inside reflects growth. The good news: anxiety initially triggered by listening to our inner dialogue is short-term vs. the unnamed, interminable dread that piggybacks suppression. Even better, we can manage it with self-talk, deep breathing (inherent to running), the Tribe and social support.”
Gina Greenlee, The Whole Person Guide to Your First Marathon: A Mind Body Spirit Companion

Dragos Bratasanu
“Building something that matters is a marathon, not a sprint.”
Dragos Bratasanu, Ph.D.

“.... the last leg of marathon is always most trying and testing ....”
Sandeep Sahajpal

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