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I don't want to be better than you or her or him - I want to be better than I am right now
A true competitor works the hardest, cares the most, and makes the best of what they have.
Passion is a huge prerequisite to winning. It makes you willing to jump through hoops, go through all the ups and downs and everything in between to reach your goal.
That wall is your mind playing tricks on you. You just need to say, 'One more step, I can do this. I have more in me.' You'll be so proud of yourself once you push yourself past your threshold.
Adversity, if you allow it to, will fortify you and make you the best you can be.
You touch every other ball and, if you screw up, you only have one more person to back you up. You can't go hide in the corner.
To me, crying is not a sign of weakness. She wants it that bad and she puts her whole heart into it. She had really high expectations, and that's why she's so good. She just had a bad game.
We have to fight the entire time, we can't start at the end when it's getting down to crunch time. We can't leave anything on the floor.
If you are not prepared, you cannot work out intensely. If you do not perform, you cannot get results, and if you can't do your best to recover, you won't get the benefits of your hard work.
I firmly believe that when you have a foundation of respect, love of what you're doing, and a shared vision, so much is possible.
We had two goals...One was to cherish every moment together, cherish the journey because the journey allows you to learn and grow. The other was to win a gold medal.
We were very aggressive, and when we're aggressive, it's hard to stop us.
Being a working mommy is something I've always wanted to be. My mother is my biggest role model and she showed me how to do it right.
It's the best thing in the world, the most challenging thing in the world, being a parent, and one of the first lessons I learned was to ask for help.
In my heart, I'm so far from done.
The advice I will give my children, if and when they have Olympic aspirations, will be to go for it.
At some point you're like, gosh, this rehab is never going to end, and then all of a sudden I'm full strength and I'm about to go to my first competition. So I feel really great.
We don't have a World Series or a Super Bowl, so to be able to come home with a gold medal is amazing. I want to do it again in four more years.
The balancing act of motherhood and a career, and being a wife, is something that I don't think I'll ever perfect, but I love the challenge of it.
People think we have coasted the last four years. We fought, we had a lot of battles. We've always had to battle.
It's not a sprint to get in shape.
What's not to love about us! People got to know Misty and me in Athens. We've continued to be successful and continued to connect with the fans. I promise we're going to be tough to get rid of.
I used to sleep, eat, breathe volleyball. Now I have that with my kids.
[Nutrition] is a huge piece of the puzzle. It's not just about working hard and being physical. It's about being smart and mindful of what's going in and out of our bodies.
Sometimes it's just the beer and bikinis that get people to come and watch, but it's the competition that's keeping them there.
I think the hard part is over. Now it's time for us to play.
My job is to be fit and I'm really blessed that I get to go and work out and live a really healthy lifestyle.
Growing up, Michael Jordan was my Olympic hero.
My mom is a constant in my life in so many ways.
I love that our sport is sexy. I think it is appropriately so.
I want to win a gold medal in London.
We want to seal the deal that we're the best team that's ever happened.
I want to be the best role model I can be for my family.
I honestly feel like my job since I was 22 has been to be an Olympian.
Misty May was looking for a partner, I was looking to stay at home, and the beach just came calling.
That's a very privileged job and I love it with all my heart. I'm planning on playing my best volleyball to date throughout 2016 and certainly during the Olympics.
I want our kids to know that we have to feel our bodies. And nutrition is a huge part of that.
I'm doing mental training as well. So, you know, body, mind, and spirit - everything is being addressed, every single day. Generally I'll have three training sessions a day.
I want to be efficient and effective in everything I do.