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the-running-girls:

runsonpizza:

Appreciate every run. No matter how on or off you feel. How fast or how slow. Long or short. Because when you’re injured you would kill for even a sloth like death of a run. 

YES

"Recovery takes a lot of time, effort, and planning; but staying sick takes your whole life."
The reason why regression can no longer be an option. (via lostinbetweenrealandfake)
  • me: why are those guys staring at me
  • me: is there something on my face
  • me: is there something on my shirt
  • me: they're probably laughing at how ugly i am
  • me: they probably find it amusing how fat i am
  • friend: maybe they think you're cute
  • me: are you retarded or something
  • I feel like I’m in the midst of a relapse. My relationship with food is at an all time low. It’s the only thing I think about and it’s constantly being used as a punishment or a reward which it shouldn’t be. But I feel like I’m not low enough to seek treatment again. I know it’s a problem but I just don’t think there’s anything to do. All I can do is focus on my goals and my running. I’m just worried.

    "Running’s about the sweat in your hair and the blisters on your feet…and when you’ve finally forged hard enough, you will have become the best runner you can be."
    Paul Maurer (via borntorun10)
    runkaherrun:

Remember, the feeling you get after a good run is far better than the feeling you get from sitting around wishing you were running.

    runkaherrun:

    Remember, the feeling you get after a good run is far better than the feeling you get from sitting around wishing you were running.