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Deeply grateful to live in a world with your talent. Original Queen. 🙏🏽
Hey warriors! This week I’m answering all the running questions that are fit to print for New York Times subscribers. 🗞 Don’t have a subscription? You can sign up for a free trial as well as check the answered questions at the link in my bio. @nytimes will be taking questions until Thursday 12pm EDT and answers will be added daily up until Sunday. UPDATE: I’m loving your comments, but the questions need to be submitted to the NYT. ❤️
Hunt down motivation. Don't wait for it. 💥 People ask how I stay motivated to train. I’m steeped in it 24/7, every single day. 💥 My motivation cycle: 1️⃣ read books (currently @brenebrown), 2️⃣ practice affirmations (writing them on notes, alarms, confidence journal @karagoucher), 3️⃣ listen to podcasts (@richroll, @oprah, @garyvee), 4️⃣ watch powerful sports documentaries (@crossfit - all CF Games!), 5️⃣ get hype AF with music - @nickiminaj “Barbie Dreams” ON REPEAT for today’s run. 💥 Give your inner monologue powerful material. Greatness is not accidental. 📢 What’s your favorite motivational book, movie, or podcast? Comment below!
LA 🏃🏻♀️NYC. Wow! So inspiring watching the finish of @msruntheus today. 💥 The US cross country relay founded by @ashmschneider starts in LA and ends in NYC over 3K miles on foot - all raising money for MS research! 💥 I ran 5 marathons in 5 days for this relay in 2013. It was transformative! DO EPIC SH!T.
Obsessed with these @time images by @lovebryan for an article about the “future of fitness”. @onepeloton is magic. The process of content creation, production, community engagement, & athleticism is powerful alchemy. // Back on the bike Thursday for 30 min Tabata. Hope you’re ready to hustle! #ridepeloton
Hot child in the city. 💦 🔥 4 Heat Training Tips: 🔥 1. MENTALLY: Decide that heat is your friend. The mental game is always the biggest battle. Battling any training discomfort will serve you on race day. 🧠 2. BENEFITS: Training in the heat physically conditions you to perform better when the weather cools (fall races). Say “YES” to increased blood plasma volume, more efficient sweating, increased cardiac output and reduced core temperature. 💡 3. PACE: Go slow. Allow heat, not pace or distance, to be your main stimulus. Choose an easy run, not speed intervals or long distances. 🏃🏻♀️ 4. HYDRATE: The goal is to stress your body so it adapts to the heat, not to dehydrate yourself. Always listen to your instincts. 💧