Late last year, after logging hundreds of miles in cross-country, winter track and spring track, Brad Harrington could feel his body begging for a break.
Harrington, who pushed himself to the limit with countless hours of running, plyometrics and other supplemental training, knew he had to stop doing the thing he loves the most in the short term to help himself and his teammates long term. Conceptually, he understood it was the right decision, but that didn’t make it any easier.
“It just b...
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