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Live Your Dreams

In a quiet moment at this time of year, we might find ourselves dreaming about running well in an upcoming race. But the word “dreaming” has many different meanings: we could be spending our time generating a powerful vision and intention for the future, or we could just be daydreaming and fantasizing.
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Romancing Roger Bannister

The fifties were an incredible period for pioneering feats of physical excellence, a time when the four-minute mile became a household phrase. The official four-minute barrier had daunted runners for generations and was spoken of by some as an insurmountable barrier that was physiologically impossible. Roger had high hopes of breaking through it, with the eyes of the world watching, so that others might follow.
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Rocky Mountain High: Running & Addiction

Being an elite athlete -- or a world-class artist or musician -- or a ground-breaking scientist, for that matter -- requires passion and dedication. And there's often a fine line between a healthy, productive enthusiasm or even "obsession" for an activity that we love; and, on the other hand, a compulsion or addiction that ends up being mentally, emotionally or physically damaging. When is "too much of a good thing" a good thing -- and when is it simply too much? 
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