I’ve been bumping, stuttering, lurching, jumping, falling and stumbling just to get to where I am now…and no I’m not talking about my track career the last 6 years. That’s just this year alone. And even though there have been some days where I limped out to the track with literally no idea on how I was going to run a warmup, let alone a workout, somehow it has all fallen together.
“No coward soul is mine, No trembler in the world’s storm-troubled sphere; I see Heaven’s glories shine, And, Faith shines equal, arming me from Fear”
I got a chance to open up at Stanford with some fun rabbit duty. Since January, I’ve been operating at 80% at best so walking out on the track, I literally had no idea what to expect. It was a great way to spin the wheels in prep for my first race at Occidental College this coming weekend.
Here’s a me rabbiting the 1500m through 1000m coming through in 1:58 after rabbiting the 800m through in 51.9. The best part was how relaxed I felt.