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Love this photo over my treadmill in my office of Bill Rogers from The @johnhancockusa @bostonmarathon. Knowing Billy it just makes me smile, but the quote resonates for sure. 🔷 Relentless, “To be a consistent winner means preparing not just one day, one month , or even one year-but for a lifetime.” 🔷 I always tell kids I talk to “to not stop until you are proud.. to be stubborn and relentless.” This has served me well. #motivation #runningmotivation #run #running #olympian #olympicpt #dream #goals #billrogers #bostonmarathon #marathon #marathontraining #runchat #fit. . . . . . . . . #Motivation #motivationalquotes #motivational #motivationmonday #motivationalquote #MotivationalSpeaker
🔷new blog post in link 🔷Man it’s been hot, but not as horrible as it could be. My hair turns into a wet rope! Frankly, I like the heat and humidity though it helps to be acclimated to it. Read a few tips of how to stay cool by clicking on the link in my bio. #run #running #runnersworld #train #fit #fitmom #healthy #strong #fitness #pacificgrove #olympicpt #garmin #runner
Got some knee pain? Try isolating your quadriceps and hamstrings and focus on the range where you feel your symptoms. Often you will feel fine as soon as you start to descend, but really struggle the lower you go because of balance and strength. 🔷 This is an easy progression where you start high, then lower yourself down on one leg slowly, and come back up with 2 legs to take some stress off the knee. Keep your knees over toes. 2-3 x 12 reps is a good place to start. 🔷 To make it more challenging, lower the seat, and keep coming up with two legs. As you get better, lower down slowly and touch your bottom slightly and come back up with 1 leg. Enjoy! Good luck!!! Tag a friend with knee pain that needs this. #run #runner #knee #kneepain #kneerehab #fit #gym #Physicaltherapy #olympicpt #pacificgrove #fitmom #legpain #monterey #strong Medical Disclaimer. ... The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.