Often runners (myself included) talk about running as a life-choice, a “part of who we are.” It’s like strapping on a pair of shoes is what we’re meant to do. That’s fine and good, but these guys put us to shame.
When we talk about running as a way of life, we all know that means that when push comes to shove, if we couldn’t run again, I mean, if we were physically unable to run anymore, our lives wouldn’t be over (as much as we would think so). But for these guys, running isn’t just a way of life, it is life. Check it out:
All I can say is… unbelievable.