Racing a marathon is an art.

It’s running 26.2 miles as fast as you can.

It’s pushing your body as hard as you can.

It’s redlining your body.

It’s a balancing act.

It’s getting every last drop of energy out of yourself.

It’s saving just enough to kick to the finish line.

Go out too hard and you won’t have enough left in the tank to finish strong.

Go too slow and you won’t reach your full potential.

It’s a juggling act.

Leave it all on the road.

I never want to look back and say I could have run harder.