Yes they do. Everytime I’ve injured myself at training/sport I wished I’d stayed at home.
Pretty sure people who climb Everest and die of hypothermia, etc do too.
Perhaps it’s time for a less fallible motivational tool?
There are always exceptions! I choose to see the bright side of things, even though I know bad things can happen when we are out there. To me, it’s worth the risk because being active is so essential to my happiness and health.
I have often regretted NOT working out or going for a run. There has never been a time when I’ve regretted getting out and being active. I’ve been injured plenty of times, and not once have I said “I wish I hadn’t gone for that run.”
Thanks a lot, Steph! I agree. I’ve injured myself plenty of times during training and races. I ran 26.2 miles with an injury, and only made it worse! I never regretted anything, and if I died running – I would probably die happy. Because running is my freedom, and where I find peace and talk to God. For me, it is leisurely exercise & fun. but it’s still so much more than that!