shutupandrun: What’s it like to run the Toughest Footrace on Earth? James Marshall takes you there with GQ. Check it out! Wow. Now that takes guts! (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
You can achieve anything you set your mind to! Maybe even this…maybe.
lifewithoutbacon: laughingsquid: Man Runs Marathon Twice in One Day For a Total of 52.4 Miles Wowza. Second that! Wow indeed. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
The average office worker spends around 16 hours in meetings each week. That’s over 800 hours a year. For a grand total over an entire career of—are you sitting down?—37,440 hours of meetings. That’s more than 4 years of your precious time… Fast Company Have you tried a walking meeting yet? If not, you should!
runluaurun: On Friday I will be running 100 miles for Autism Speaks sponsored by Charity Miles and powered by Mophie. Thank you to CM and Mophie for making this possible. Hopefully I earn that shiny belt buckle! Good luck, Luau! You’re going to rock it.
Warning: Do not try this at home! But do watch this video of a man strapping a rocket to his bike and riding up to 163 mph. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
People sit an average of 9.3 hours a day, and it’s killing us. It’s time to change our ways, and our future. And it’s as simple as this: get moving!
Talk about love in action. This man has raced with his disabled son in over 1,000 events. “They said, ‘Forget Rick, put him away, put him in an institution, he’s going to be a vegetable for the rest of his life,’” recalled Rick’s father, Dick Hoyt, 72, noting that Rick was diagnosed with cerebral palsy…
People shouldn’t wait to live until they’re told they’re dying. Go home and hug somebody and don’t wait to be told you have a disease that’s going to kill you. I ran my entire life and I was dumb enough to wait until I was told I was dying before I ran with my daughter….
If the report is confirmed, the child born in Mississippi would be only the second well-documented case of a cure in the world. That could give a lift to research aimed at a cure, something that only a few years ago was thought to be virtually impossible. — Andrew Pollack (via In A Medical First,…