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littlerunningwallflower:

simplesmiles412:

Forrest Gump (1994)

Amen Forrest & we good at it lol

the perfect answer to the inevitable question

but i cant help myself

how is he in such good shape randomly

how does he not get hurt

does he fuel himself properly or have a superslow metabolism or

omg i am such a runner

(Source: babeimgonnaleaveu)

allonthetrack:

As much as i hate it and don’t want to do it sometimes, running is something that i’ll never stop doing 

get-sw0le:

looks at butt.. ‘she doesn’t squat’

rishabi:

Since I’ve posted a selfie now it’s time to post funny pictures (:
beccaliving:

This has to be one of my favorite things ever.

"We’re so wrapped up in our running that we’re afraid to take a day off, run less, run slower, or, heaven forbid, take a walk on days our bodies tell us we’re not recovered enough for our “usual” workout. We’re afraid someone will think less of us as a runner; we’re afraid we’ll think less of ourselves. And, backing off at all scares us that we’ll become less of a runner than we believe we are, than we have already set ourselves up to be."

- Jonathan Beverly, Editor’s Note (via vulgarocean)

"Yes it is early. Yes I was up very late. Yes I’m still going to run. I know that I seem crazy, but I’m not. There’s another word that describes people who do things others wouldn’t. “Disciplined”."

- M.R. THWID (via thatshowwinningisdone)
living-to-run:

haha soo true…

"Pain is important: how we evade it, how we succumb to it, how we deal with it, how we transcend it."

- Audre Lorde (via larmoyante)

(Source: larmoyante)

"The unspoken and shared understanding of what it means to be a runner can be seen in the kinship between runners. When 40,000 people line up to run the Chicago Marathon, or when 130 line up at a high school cross-country race, they can look each other in the eye with a certain respect, awareness, and comprehension that is prohibitively elusive for the non-runner. Before, during, and after the race, the fellowship between runners is tangible and real. The brotherhood and sisterhood of the running community can be felt in the air as they inhale a collective like-mindedness. To be a runner in the midst of other runners just before the start of a race is a mystical experience that can no more be captured in words than can the color blue."

- Adam Goucher & Tim Catalano, Running the Edge (via dodgingtraffic)