I think there's so much emphasis on body image and results and outcome, but really what you should be after is to be healthy and to feel good about yourself.
Sometimes when you fail, it allows you the opportunity to grow more motivation and get more intense about your training.
You can't cry when things get a little bit hard. You've just got to push through and know that there's a reason and end to the means.
I think making the referee aware of a situation, there is nothing wrong with that.
I think that in order to get better as an athlete and to see whatever kind of results you're after, you have to make goals. Whether you write them down or tell someone about them, it's important to set goals for yourself in order to achieve any kind of success.
I have a unique ability to predict the flight of the ball, and my teammates have a unique ability to find me.
The most important thing is that sometimes you have to go through hard times to get to the good stuff.
I've always been motivated more by negative comments than by positive ones. I know what I do well. Tell me what I don't do well.
I'm not sure if I'm going to get into coaching. I'm sure I'll stay in soccer somehow.
My eldest sister Beth is a doctor who studied at Harvard and Columbia and played basketball for Harvard. She set the athletic and academic standard for the rest of us to follow.
It's a heavy burden to look up at the mountain and want to start the climb.
I always think that struggle can bring out the best in people - or the worst.