“…technique is always the bottleneck of limitation.”
– Gray Cook, in this interview.
“Son, if you’re gonna be tight, be tight on both sides. Then you’re just slow. If you’re tight on one side, you’re gonna rip yourself in half.” -Gray Cook, on Asymmetry in Movement.
“We’re so enamored of effort, and we get so excited about how hard we’re working, when the reality is, how well do we perform?”
“Tell me how you’ll measure me, and I’ll tell you how I’ll behave.”
– Management principle
“Purposeful movement perfection was the focus, and physical conditioning happened as a natural side effect.”
– Gray Cook
“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.”
“You’re progressing on something and that’s what it’s all about. You wanna keep moving, having a progress in your life.”
“I like to take advantage of what the mountain gives me all year round, so when I can’t ski, I’ll just go run, and vice versa.”
– Kilian Jornet
If you can see yourself doing something, you can do it. If you can’t see yourself doing it, usually you can’t achieve it.
– David Goggins
“You can solve anything while out on a run, sometimes the run just has to be a little longer”