Apr 6, 2017
(See www.SoTHISIsFitness.com/podcast32 for extended show notes/blog)
Maybe the impossible... is really just improbable...
Something major happened in a relatively small and obscure part of the athletic world this past weekend. It's the sort of thing that makes you stop and think. This thing... if you look at it in a big picture sort of way... kind of makes you realize (as if you needed another clue)... that maybe there is no limit to what we are capable of.
It's all relative. Put this in perspective.
An event called The Barkley Marathons occurred this past weekend. It is widely regarded to be (one of) the hardest footrace(s) on the planet. This past weekend... a man named John Kelly became the 15th ever finisher in the race's 31 year history.
Many people think that in order to achieve something like this you must be a super-elite athlete... a world-record holder... and have top results in the "biggest and baddest" ultramarathons out there. John does not fit this description. Instead... he is an "average joe". He trained properly, respected the event, and had a no-quit attitude. John Kelly is proof to us all that it IS possible... whatever it is... as long as you put in the work and believe in yourself. Lucky for us... he's joined me today to tell his tale.
For the extended show notes and blog, check out www.SoTHISIsFitness.com
What's in this episode:
To listen, you can either use the player below OR browse the following links:
Foolproof Brewing Company's website - $5 off Fool's Mile IV registration with code "sothisisfitness5"