Thursday, April 20, 2017


There has been many "impossibles" that have been achieved by people who didn't believe in those limits that the world believed in. There was once considered a "4 minute" barrier in the mile where no one thought it was physiologically possible to run faster than 4 minutes. However...there was one person who thought it was possible. It was first achieved in 1954 by Roger Bannister in 3:59.4. After Roger dipped below the 4 minute mark, the "four-minute barrier" was broken several times in that same year. All it took was to have one person tell them (or show them) that it was possible. Once that happened several athletes believed that they can achieve and that's all it took. The same thing happened in the 100m dash with "the 10 second barrier". There are dozens of examples in history.