“Running is a constant fall.” (thanks Giorgio Cordiner)

An approach to running techniques to accelerate the pace and increase the foot-to-earth power and effectiveness. (And I know I’m over simplifying here).

This is definitely the best definition of success I’ve heard recently: to properly run you have to accept the fall. To properly succeed you have to accept failure.

It’s not about avoiding to fall. It’s learning to get up after the fall. And Shine.

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