It takes commitment to run a race.
Not the half-hearted kind. But the real stuff — determination, doggedness, single-minded focus and preparation.
Barring injury, going through the motions is a waste of talent, opportunity and time. It takes far longer to prepare for a race than it takes to complete it. At every moment of doubt, it pays to remember what it took to get to here in the first place.
How many times do you hear someone say they regretted pushing themselves to finish line? Never. Instead, people share their regrets of giving up.
In anything you do, there’s the option to go all in or to walk the line, to hedge your bets. After all the miles and preparation, there’s really no option.
Best of luck, Saturday.