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My Inspiration: Allyson Felix





It amazes me when I watch her run and sometimes I think back to the time when Flo Jo was the champion and this young lady was only about three (3) years old at the time! And, she wasn’t even born when, in 1985 the East German relay team set a record that she and her teammates broke in 2012. In fact, Allyson was born about a month later. IMO, she doesn’t even look like she would be a sprinter!





And then when I was reading her biography, I saw this statement, LOL:


I don't have a sprinter's body. Allyson Felix
Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/allyson_felix



There is something about Allyson Felix that really inspires me to want to do better for myself. Running has never been my sport, but it still ranks pretty high in my quest to physical fitness. However, due to my past job injury, I may have to seek other ways to be physically fit such as swimming. Nevertheless, track events give me the motivation. In fact, I have many other favorites in this sport such as Carmelita Jeter and Pocket Rocket (ie. Shelley Ann Frazier-Pryce) from Jamaica and more. IMO, this is the true Beauty Pageant. And for today, Ms. Felix is ‘Doves’ Beauty of the Day’! There are many videos of her go into a full sprint, but a 2007 video would be one of my favorites. WOW—Powerful! What Spirit! Mind Blowing! She is so fast that the slow-motion playback really captures her power. So, at the 6:14 minute mark in this video, would be at the point to watch Felix go full throttle.   



Try to think of working out and healthy eating as a lifestyle. Rather than

go on a diet or try a crazy exercise routine, try making them something

ou do every day. Allyson Felix
Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/allyson_felix 


6:14 minute point-- SLOW MOTION







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Alison Felix is sexy as hell.

I thought Flo-Jo was sexy too.

When I was younger they featured track and field nearly every weekend on television, especially on NBC. 
But when more and more AfroAmerican athletes started dominating the games all of a sudden they stopped showing it so much and now all you see on television on the weekend is swimming or football.

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