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Greg Penner
Husband, Father, Race Director, Coach, Endurance Athlete, luckiest guy alive.
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Sarah True Sep 4
Replying to @sgroffy
Like a lot of people, I’ve struggled between two feelings: “THIS IS MEANINGLESS” and “THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT EVER”. Accepting that sport can simultaneously be both has given me a lot of peace. Anything that makes you feel passionate and embrace life is meaningful.
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Sarah True Sep 4
The paradox of sport is that it’s both trivial and deeply significant. It can be play, entertainment, and a luxury. But it’s also a celebration of what it means to be alive and to be human.
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Simon Sinek Aug 21
Excitement comes from the achievement. Fulfillment comes from the journey that got us there.
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Greg Penner Aug 22
Replying to @brentmanke @3100Run
Backyard projector? We do our self transcendence every Tuesday morning. How many laps have we run? 😏
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Greg Penner Aug 14
Oh oh. Better call in your cousin for backup? I’ll be there soon if needed.
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Greg Penner Aug 11
Replying to @brentmanke
Your description of the morning is perfect....
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CBC Manitoba Jul 30
Replying to @cbc_archives
From the archives: The Manitoba legislature used to have the amusing tradition of holding a paper fight on the last day of a session. But on July 30, 1980, things got out of hand. 🗞️🗞️ See more:
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Greg Penner Jul 27
Replying to @runproctor
Welcome to our town... been following your journey and was hoping to come out to support. Anyways hope you can get going again soon. If you need anything, many runners from steinbach could meet you. I run our local race and can promote...
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Brad Stulberg Jul 11
The secret is there is no secret. The secret is to stop paying attention to anyone who says they have a secret. If you want to get stronger lift heavy things; rest; repeat. If you want to get faster run; rest; repeat. If you want to learn read; rest; repeat.
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Camilo Mazuera 🚴 Jul 7
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Greg Penner Jun 15
Best way to train for marathon in haiku form Run a lot of miles Some faster than your race pace Rest once in a while Sourced from
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Greg Penner Jun 6
Global Running Day Time to celebrate fitness But hurts when injured
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Time on Feet - Part II 🎽 Jun 3
Acceptance is key in run training. Accepting you are trying your best..accepting where you are now..accepting disappointment..accepting things aren't always easy. Accepting others are different...accepting you. Be at peace. It's a good place.
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Greg Penner May 28
A great perspective into another reason endurance sports are so good for you. #
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Brad Stulberg May 21
Replying to @BStulberg
GOALS are helpful in that they give you something concrete to shoot for. But goals should *never* be end-points. That’s just a story we tell ourselves. If you view your life as the practice, even what may seem like the biggest goals are really just waypoints along a greater path.
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Greg Penner Apr 23
Phenomenal job Brent. Most of us can only think of the next steps we have to take. check this out!
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Greg Penner Apr 17
Replying to @brentmanke
My favourite yet! When’s the compilation coming out?
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Steve Magness Apr 17
This is the Boston Marathon winner, Yuki Kawauchi. Find your own path and enjoyment in what you do.
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Greg Penner Apr 13
Working on a simple trivia as part of a game for the kids triathlon camp. Winners get…
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