STUDY BUDDY ANSWERS: Four miles, every four hours, for 48 hours, and a stoic mindset [February 24, 2021]

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1. He is about to run four miles, every four hours, for 48 hours.

2. Lawrence Hart

3. (ii), (iii) (He can motivate himself to do things; He has never pushed himself to the limit.)

4. He has walked 100,000 steps/more than 100km in one day, between 5am and 8pm.

5. (i) He is training it not to tell his body to stop.

(ii) The challenge was mental/a mental hurdel.

(iii) They are a way to keep pushing himself.

6. (i) F

(ii) NG

(iii) T

(iv) T

7. A

8. deprivation

9. it can make you comfortable with it, and not think it’s so bad