“Just give what your body gives you that day. Even if that’s minutes. Because 5 minutes goes a long way; It’s all about volume control… One day at a time.” — Hellah
What’s good everyone!
What happens when you run every single day for 4 years straight? That’d be one hellah training!
When most of us fail to follow through with our New Year’s resolution or goals just because we missed a day makes us feel like giving up or starting over, our guest today will motivate you to keep going and stay on track!
Meet Hellah Sidibe from Mali, West Africa who started running on May 15, 2017, and hasn’t stopped since.
In today’s episode, I’m excited to have him on the show! His story is very inspirational and If you’re like me, who’s constantly busy, you’re definitely going to learn simple, easy life hacks to get you running! If you’re looking for a sign to keep going, then you’re listening to the right episode!
These are the six main things we discussed in this episode:
- From football soccer and into running – How Hellah’s running journey started and how he keeps his running streak going?
- Hellah’s experience being invited to YouTube’s creative space
- Hellah thoughts on pressure, consistency, and the privilege of running
- Worst injury Hellah ever had
- How to build a habit
- Hellah’s thoughts on America’s healthcare system
Hellah started running on may 15, 2017, and hasn't stopped since. His goal was to run every day for a year and just kept going from there. He hasn't had a single day off from running. He's a vegan athlete and former pro soccer player who strives to inspire and change lives through his social media platforms, one run at a time.
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