Quote Of The Day
“I think the skills sets that have helped me be involved in the leadership of this program nationally are really skill sets I learned in distance running. One is to set an intermediate goal. Two is to get up every day and try to take a bite out of the problem. And three is to recognize not every day is going to be a good day. And then fourth, to understand, you know, the general principles of interval training is to take a bite out of it, get some rest, come out and take another bite, and so forth. You obviously want to have every day be a good day but a few bad days or bad interval workout or bad run or whatever it is, you know, don’t let that get you down too far and just get up the next morning and go out for your morning run.”
– Dr. Michael Joyner of the Mayo Clinic, best known in running circles as being the guy who in 1991 published a paper saying a human being could run a marathon in 1:57:58, talking about how running helped prepare him for his current work battling the coronavirus.
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