Run Goddess Run
Inspiration and Training for the Women Who Run the World
26.2 Life Lessons:
Helping You Keep Pace
with the Marathon of Life
Hardcore and wanna-be runners have something in common. They all have to push back against resistance in order to suit up and get out the door. Once out the door, a runner will sometimes feel invigorated by the wind in her hair and the beat of her feet on the ground, while other times, she will fight for every footfall. Regardless of experience or level of competitiveness, every runner needs three things: encouragement, sound training advice, and a way to incorporate running into the rest of her life. 26.2 Life Lessons: Helping You Keep Pace with the Marathon of Life is full of all three. This little book is your cheerleader, marathon training guide, and your mindset coach all in one!
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Carol Frazey is the author of The Fit School Newsletter and The Fit School Diet Plan: 1 Year to a Nutritionally and Physically Fit Life e-book. She earned an M.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado while working with athletes who would go on to become Olympians. As an undergraduate at Pennsylvania State University, Carol was a member of both the cross country and track and field teams. Carol has worked as a teacher, coach, and healthcare professional. Currently, she is president of Fit School, Inc. (www.TheFitSchool.com) where she provides newsletters, consultation, and workshops for schools, families, and businesses on exercise and nutrition and balancing life, family, and health. She also serves on the Whatcom County Council. Carol has appeared in Woman’s Day, Dr. Oz, Real Simple, and Better Homes and Garden’s Magazines. Her mission is to educate and motivate individuals to make small changes each day to live healthier lives… and to have fun while doing it! She lives in Bellingham, Washington, with her husband, two children, and a few furry and scaly creatures.
“The most important thing is not the number of miles or the time it takes to finish a race or reach a goal. The reason to keep running is that out there is where I meet myself. Out there running is where I tell myself stories, where I cry spontaneously, where I am angry and happy, lost and found. As long as my legs work, I’ll run.”
“Take small, positive steps today for a healthier tomorrow.”
“The marathon teaches a person to plan, to dream, to push through hard times, to admire unlikely people, to give up the penchant for perfectionism, and to accept life for the messy endeavor it is.”
“This is going to be hard. You can do hard.”