The 400 Meter Dash

Is known as a difficult and impossible race. It is an oxygen deficient event where the level of oxygen absorption is below that which is necessary to supply the ATP (adenosine triphosphate) requirement. Translation, this race is hard as HELL...and it hurts...and it makes a person feel like they're going to die which is probably worst than actually dieing!!

Athletes, who spend time training for the 400 meter dash spend several months preparing their minds and bodies for arguably one of the most grueling sprints there is. They understand the amount of time it's going to take to get their body used to the type of stress it will feel. They recognize the kind of mental preparation needed to tackle such a challenge. But most importantly, they know the pain that clinches on to them, while running the 400 meter dash, is not only temporary, but it's also the pain they must experience in order to cross the finish line. 

In the work we do, we often times are faced with challenges, pains, and sufferings that aren't always easy to bare. But as you engage in the work, know that the only way to cross the finish line (whatever that may look like) is to embrace the pain that comes along with it. The good news is, it's only temporary, and each step you take presents a stronger and better you.

Embrace the Pain.

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