Running Blind: The Journey of a Blind Runner Training for Her First Marathon - Rhonda Copeland Summary
Running a 26.2 mile marathon is grueling, but imagine running it in a fog. Not so much thick as the clichÃ©d split pea soup, but more like an unclarified broth. Consider running in a world with no distinct edges, no specific definition of where something begins or ends, without disparate colors, where magnification helps slightly, but not in a portable way that you can take on a run.The legally blind author, Rhonda Copeland, also known as â€œVision Runnerâ€ has had to discontinue many of the normal day-to-day activities that others take for granted like driving, riding her bike and photography. The one thing she refused to give up though was her passion for running - so she simply chose not to.Whether youâ€™re a runner or not, this book will inspire you to move beyond the limiting beliefs that hold you back and keep you from accomplishing everything your heart desires. If you have obstacles that youâ€™d like to overcome in your life, get it and read it today!