I'll be honest. The Laurel Highlands 70.5 mile race scares me. Though I have completed it twice, 2 of my career DNFs have come on this course making it my most failed to complete course. Laurel is not easy, but if it was I probably would not keep coming back to do it. I love challenges!
This year the biggest fears weighing on my mind both stem from my achilles injury. My achilles injury caused me to need to take a month off from my training so of course I worry about being physically prepared come race day. Race day will be a little over 8 weeks since I injured my achilles and I worry about being strong, healthy, and not re-injuring it over the course of 70.5 miles.
Ultimately June 14th is going to come sooner rather than later. I think my ultimate plan is to just adopt the mantra. "Don't think. Just do. Become the Terminator. Finish the objective."
EDIT> It's my fault for not explaining my fears about the Laurel
Highlands 70.5 Mile better, but it's not about being healthy. I am back
to full health. It is my fitness that is still not where I'd like it to
be. I do believe I can and will complete the race. If I didn't believe I
can finish the race I would not do it. Like Mike reminded me, I can do
all things through Christ who strengthens me. That is the main reason
along with great support and friendships that I can and have completed
the races I have. I thank you all for being a part of my support and
success. It truly does mean a lot to me. Laurel is one of my 2 main goal
races this year.<
Thanks for reading.
Run Like a Horse,