Run, Eat, Sleep, Repeat
“I normally have a morning run 10 to 12 miles, or workout and then in the afternoon I will run another 5 or 6 miles. And in-between I will eat, sleep, stretch and just recover. … I eat 5,000 calories per day, so I just have to be putting in food a lot. And I try to eat healthy because it makes you feel better.”
– Jordan Hasay talking about her training routine as she works towards her goal of making the US team for Rio 2016.
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