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Usain Bolt Explains How Hard He Works Behind The Scenes
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Usain Bolt Explains How Hard He Works Behind The Scenes

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"Competition is the easy part. Behind the scenes is where all the work is done. Everything's done to get to that one race that you need to run. I think a lot of people just see you run and they say, Oh looks so easy. Effortless. But before it gets to that point it's hard, it's hard work. It's day in day out sacrifice. Day in and day out. Just during this time when you run you just want to stop yourself and give up and say, The hell with this I just want to go home. The day when you get up and you know what you have in training today. There's going to be pain there. Like, Oh god I don't want to go today but you gotta go." - Usain Bolt

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