An American ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete David Goggins words which can change your life.
Goggins attempted to enter the Badwater Ultramarathon as a fundraiser but was told by organizers that he needed to enter another ultramarathon first; He was able to run 101 miles in 19 hours and 6 minutes. He completed the Les Vegas Marathon in a time that qualified him for the Boston Marathon. In 2008 he was named a “Hero of Running” by Runner’s world in 2016.
Someone of us might be known about the struggle story of David Goggins, that how he takes efforts for weight loss and prepare himself for Navy seal. definitely we will create articles on that but know we will see about the words which can change life of peoples who loose hopes and fighting with depression.
David says, so today, I decided to try PR my long run, so the first half of the runoff I’m feeling great. My mind is clear, nothing going on. Think about nothing but my just my running pace. what I’m doing, my breathing, everything like that.
Get to mile 15. I turn around and the demons start to creep in, that inevitable wall is creeping up on me. When you push so hard, something about to give my mind started to break down. I started feeling my legs start to hurt. I started feeling dehydrated, started feeling sorry for myself, Start looking around, No one knows I’m fucking are you running. Why don’t you go ahead and just stop. Call your girl, have her pick you up. That’s not what the little bitch.
And this is when your mind has to extreme change. You got to start thinking I’m the greediest rascal in the world. You dehydration. screw it lick your bastard lips. Your rascal legs are all sore. You feel like you gone shin splints and stress fractures. No, you don’t. You got sore rascal legs. Get out of your head. Stay hard.