27 Apr '12, 4pm

Check out the inspiring journey of Pearl Izumi Ultra Runner Timothy Olson. Thanks @iRunFar

You are here: Home / Discussion / My Path to Contentment: From Addict to Awakened Ultrarunner My Path to Contentment: From Addict to Awakened Ultrarunner April 26, 2012 by Timothy Olson · 66 Comments “Just be,” I told myself as I struggled to run the last miles of the Lake Sonoma 50 miler last week. When you give it your all, it’s hard to feel comfortable the whole time. Being out of your comfort zone and being ok with that is an important part of running ultras. It’s fairly easy to feel comfortable and want to keep that state all the time. To do great things, you need to step out of your comfort zone and be vulnerable. I’ve spent many years not being content with who I am and struggling to love my self and just be. We all have insecurities and it’s hard to let yourself be completely free when those negative thoughts creep into your conscience. Bryon Powell asked me in an ...

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