Here's an incredible video about a coach struggling with Lou Gehrig's Disease and the team that ran its heart out for him.
It's heartbreaking watching a man who used to run ten miles a day realizing his body is giving up on him.
As I've said before, one of the most frequent answers I give to the question "why do you run marathons?" is: "because someday I won't be able to." Someday, maybe later rather than sooner, my body is going to give up on me, and I want to be sure I've pushed it to the limits while I still had the chance.
As always, run your hearts out, friends.