Training Workouts Motivational Quotes
Training, Exercise and Workouts
I hated every minute of training, but I said, 'dont quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion'.
There is a great advantage in training under unfavorable conditions. It is better to train under bad conditions, for the difference is then a tremendous relief in a race.
I've never known a man worth his salt who in the long run, deep down in his heart, didnt appreciate the grind, the discipline... I firmly believe that any man's finest hour-this greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear--is the moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle -- victorious.
I play to win, whether during practice or a real game. And I will not let anything get in the way of me and my competitive enthusiasm to win.
Michael Jordan on training
Pain is only weakness leaving the body.
The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender.
Nothing can substitute for just plain hard work. I had to put in the time to get back. And it was a grind. It meant training and sweating every day. But I was completely committed to working out to prove to myself that I still could do it.
The only side effect of too much training is that you get into better shape. There is nothing wrong with that.
Your training partner's name is pain. You start out trying to ignore him. cant do it. You attempt to reason with him. No way. You try to strike a bargain. Hah. You plead. You say "Please stop, please go away. I promise never ever to do this again if you just leave me alone." But he wont. Pain only climbs off if you do. Then you're beaten.
A lifetime of training for just ten seconds.
My body is a little bit sore from all of the practicing and playing and training
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What we face may look insurmountable. But I learned something from all those years of training and competing. I learned something from all those sets and reps when I didnt think I could lift another ounce of weight. What I learned is that we are always stronger than we know.
The pain of disipline is far less than the pain of regret
The truth is that running hurts. No one gets faster without meeting their personal pain barrier straight on. No amount of junk miles, fun runs or affirmations are going to get you over the hill at the five mile mark in a 10k. However, what will pull you through is solid prep with hard hill runs and interval work.
I am really hard on myself as well, nothing is good enough for me in training. I always want more, I always want to give 100%. I use my training like a competition. I imagine these two girls next to me every time single time I am going over those hurdles in training.
There’s only one rule: The guy who trains the hardest, the most, wins. Period. Because you won’t die. Even though you feel like you’ll die, you don’t actually die. Like when you’re training, you can always do one more. Always. As tired as you might think you are, you can always, always do one more… If you overtrained, it means that you didn’t train hard enough to handle that level of training, so you weren’t overtrained; you were actually undertrained to begin with. So there’s the rule again: The guy who trains the hardest, the most, wins.
"If you do what you have always done, you will get what you have always got"