Sprint Quotes

Stamina is the force that drives the drumming; it's not really a sprint.

Business is a sprint until you find an opportunity then it's the patience of a marathon runner.

Being a good teammate is when you try to sprint down a ball that everyone thinks is going out of bounds. But you go after it anyways and you get it.

Hill sprints are good for everyone!

Writing is a marathon not a sprint.

Lies run sprints but the truth runs marathons.

The race of life is a marathon not a sprint.

Life is a marathon not a sprint; pace yourself accordingly.

Blocking out is everyday every drill all the time. We run sprints every time someone does not blockout.

At 17 I was working at Sprint in the Bronx so I could make money to fund my own music.

Character produces endurance and persistence when the going gets tough and life truly is an endurance race not a sprint.

Success is actually a short race-a sprint fueled by discipline just long enough for habit to kick in and take over.

Blink and you miss a sprint. The 10 000 meters is lap after lap of waiting. Theatrically the mile is just the right length: beginning middle end a story unfolding.

Feed and strengthen your body. Fear is physical. When you lift weights or go for a sprint that energy flows back into your body and restores you to certainty.

I remember when I was working at Sprint I'd work on my birthday New Year's Day and even Christmas Eve. I'm just used to working on my birthday so I'll be celebrating it afterward.

We very much regret that our merger with Sprint was not allowed to proceed.

Stop by stop by stop. Play aggressively. Sprint back on 'D' and pay attention to how we're supposed to guard as a team

Maybe during the last sprint sometimes you can lose sometimes you can gain.

I think it's important to remember that to exercise you don't have to run a sprint.

You can run a sprint or your can run a marathon but you can't sprint a marathon.

I started running track when I was 13 years old as a freshman in high school. I ran the 400 meters which is a very tough race and a full sprint.

The 200 meters is my baby. To me it's the perfect distance. It's still a true sprint but it unravels more. You get to enjoy the race a little bit more than the 100.

Yes my dad's a marathoner. He used to do sprint distances and then started marathoning. My mom is an endurance animal. She does three-day events like the Susan G. Komen three-day walk.

We do the majority of what most athletes do. For example as a badminton player you have to be able to run a long distance and sprint. We do weights three times a week.

Novel writing is the slowest art form in the world. It is not a sprint. It is not even a marathon. It is a series of marathons that stretch over and over across a continent.

Before a race I block out what's going on in the stadium. It's different for everyone. But for me I've always been able to block it out. For a sprint race it's important not to get distracted.

Life's a marathon not a sprint.

The sprint is like life ... blink and you miss it.

Business is a marathon and most of society thinks it's a sprint.

The American dream is not a sprint or even a marathon but a relay.

The Federal appropriations process is a marathon not a sprint and we are at the beginning of that process.

Life is not a sprint. It was never meant to be. It is just a step of faith after another.

I try not to be too hard on myself. My husband reminds me that life is a marathon not a sprint.

It's impossible to sprint into the providential arms of what is ahead...if we continue to trip on what is behind.

We can help the work of justice by preparing for a marathon not a sprint. A long obedience in the same direction

Beloved it's impossible to sprint into the providential arms of what is ahead...if we continue to trip on what is behind.

I'm a guy of 92kg. I haven't got the physique of someone who can work back and then sprint up front again throughout a match!

If you change your lifestyle remember it's not a wind sprint but it's a marathon you're embarked on and you'll be able to stay there.

What's true for us as individual humans is true for the civilization we create: a sprint culture seeking ever greater speed and power in all things cannot endure.

As a comedian as an entertainer there's a lot of downtime. Once you can accept that comedy is a marathon not a sprint it gets a little easier.

When I am outside at night by myself every person turns into a pedophile. So I tend to walk a little faster than usual and then I sprint.

I will never be ok with the suffering of others - that I will likely continue to fight so I must treat it as a marathon race not a sprint.

I've got more stuff asked of me every week. But I drive a race car for a living. My car owner lets me race as many sprint car races as I want to run.

We're all so busy. We race and race. Life is a sprint. We want to get 'there' so badly. But I wonder if we even know what to do when we actually get 'there'.

If you want to sustain excellence over a long time you'd better come up with a system that works well. Anyone can sprint for a little while but you can't sprint for forty years.

This final sprint of Breaking Bad is like nothing I've ever seen. It's TV as a crescendo as a magnet as a wave. These episodes aren't ending so much as they're gasping for breath.