Step 1: pick a really ambitious goal to run.
Step 2: reach absurd levels of stoke about this run.
Step 3: train your ass off every free moment that you have and give up all your other hobbies.
Step 4: in the last few weeks before race day stress about training and tapering.
Step 5: since you can't run (because you're tapering) go back to the hobbies you gave up to train for (see step 3). The more dangerous the better.
Step 6: engage in dangerous activities and mildly injure yourself.
Step 7: go to the emergancy room because it's probably broken.
Step 8: xrays later be thankful you have strong runner feet and only sustained a deep bone bruise a week before race day.
Step 9: engage in competitive crutching.
Step 10: sit around and do nothing because you can't weight your foot. (hey look! now you are physically forced to rest and taper.) Tada!