Freedom to Run is the ability and the action of running on our terms. It’s about truly believing that every breath and every step is a gift as we train and prepare for race day. A critical part of this is running with a heart of gratitude. But it’s easy to take for granted the gifts and blessings of being able to run and move freely.freedom·to·run (verb) the ability and the action of running on your terms. #freedomtorun Click To Tweet
After a hunting accident left me wondering if I’d run again, I quickly learned how to run with a heart of gratitude. This episode dives into the lessons learned from that experience, and how you can run with a heart of gratitude where you stay focused on the big picture and motivated to enjoy the ability to run.
There are going to be setbacks in life. Stuff will come up. We will miss a few workouts here and there. Injuries will happen. And it’s not “if” those times will come, but when. A common saying is that life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it.Every breath and every step is a gift. Click To Tweet
Are you going to get frustrated and upset about the little things in life that we can’t control? Are you going to have a heart of gratitude and a freedom to run mindset where we truly believe that every breath and every step is a gift? It’s our duty and obligation to maximize that gift by running with a heart of gratitude.
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- How to run with a heart of gratitude
- Staying committed to training
- The keys to being a thankful runner
- Overcoming challenges in life