Art of Manliness
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    I was told to read this by my Cross Country coach, and he even warned us that it was about weightlifting, not running. I can relate very well with those last few paragraphs; when I was running my summer running program for XC, I would have a regular day of business, and then I would get home, rest, finish chores, and then have a good small snack 2-2.5 hours before my runs. I was never motivated by my mother, father, sister, or brothers to “Do your best.” or “Make sure you go for your run tonight.”. Oddly enough, I had also never ran XC before, or ran more than 4-6 miiles in one day, not to mention one sitting. Whenever I did get the opportunity though, I ran, and I loved it, and by the time I got home, I could barely feel my legs because I was so sore, and my shirts were always soaking with sweat. But then those weeks came where I didn’t wan to run, or I couldn’t run ( Poison Ivy), and as a result, I ended up feeling sometimes bored out of my mind and just like you said “lonely” and lost. To make a long story short, sometimes spending that extra time to put forth the effort on your body to try and become you [in a sense] pays off, and your body feels rewarded in the long run as well! Again thank you for the great testimony/story, it spoke to me well.

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    I was told to read this by my Cross Country coach, and he even warned us that it was about weightlifting, not running. I can relate very well with those last few paragraphs; when I was running my summer running program for XC, I would have a regular day of business, and then I would get home, rest, finish chores, and then have a good small snack 2-2.5 hours before my runs. I was never motivated by my mother, father, sister, or brothers to “Do your best.” or “Make sure you go for your run tonight.”. Oddly enough, I had also never ran XC before, or ran more than 4-6 miiles in one day, not to mention one sitting. Whenever I did get the opportunity though, I ran, and I loved it, and by the time I got home, I could barely feel my legs because I was so sore, and my shirts were always soaking with sweat. But then those weeks came where I didn’t wan to run, or I couldn’t run ( Poison Ivy), and as a result, I ended up feeling sometimes bored out of my mind and just like you said “lonely” and lost. To make a long story short, sometimes spending that extra time to put forth the effort on your body to try and become you [in a sense] pays off, and your body feels rewarded in the long run as well! Again thank you for the great testimony/story, it spoke to me well.

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