Roger’s Lesson: The Four-Minute Mile and Breaking Your Own Mental Barriers

In the spring of 1954, a young medical student at Oxford University entered a shoe shop in Wimbledon, near London. He asked the cobbler to make him a very special pair of running shoes. He wanted them light and strong enough to last just twelve laps. The cobbler provided such a shoe, and the young man improved them further by fitting them with special graphite…

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