Do you ever wonder, when watching the record-breaking achievements of Olympic athletics, “How do they do that?” My colleague, Linda Ross, from Connecticut had a brief but interesting encounter with an Olympic coach which illustrates the importance thought has on maintaining health in every activity.
“Several years ago, our county wide running club hired an Olympic coach for just one day. Elite runners started at 8:00am. The rest of us were assigned an appointment based on individual time from a recent 10K race. My group was last. Going around the table, each asked how to manage their various injuries while continuing to run. When my turn came, I asked how to be faster as I had no injuries.
He replied, “No injuries? What are you thinking when you run?” To read Linda’s answer click here on Hartford Faith and Values.