Every so often, a run will leave you breathless. In this case, I mean that both figuratively and literally:
This photo was taken at over 6,800 feet altitude in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
It’s one of thousands of stunning locations that running has enabled me to experience. The simple act of running has allowed me to see the world through a beautiful and unique perspective.
And today, I want to share some of these “rave runs.” But more importantly, I want to share what YOU love about running.
I’m thrilled to announce the release of 50 Quotes to Inspire You to Run Down Your Dreams – a free ebook just for you.
I want to show you the red dirt in the sugarcane fields of Maui.
And waterfalls in the Blue Mountains of the Australian Outback.
Let’s not also forget the serene beaches of Cape Cod, the awe-inspiring mountains of Colorado, and what a dormant volcano looks like at 10,000 feet elevation.
With each picture is a quote from a Strength Running reader that answers the question, what do you love about running?
The result: a lightning strike of motivation that encourages all of us to run, explore, and cherish the gift of running.
It’s this gift allows us to view the world in a way that “normal” people never experience.
Think about it…
What if one inspiring quote and incredible image motivate you to run more consistently this month, jump-starting your training that ultimately leads to a big PR?
What if you could fall in love with running all over again?
Or remember the passion that made you start running in the first place?
Today I want to share that kind of inspiration – just enter your info below to get your free copy of the 50 Quotes ebook.
A lot of other blogs might charge for something like this (especially since it cost hundreds of dollars to create!). But I love rewarding my readers – it’s my way of saying thanks for being here.
So for no charge at all, grab the book that will put a smile on your face and light an inspirational fire under your… running shorts.
Download the ebook here – and enjoy! Thank you for reading Strength Running 🙂