Achieve MORE With Accountability
Whether you’re driven to race OR if you simply enjoy a healthy lifestyle, creating a routine and having ACCOUNTABILITY is a total GAME CHANGER.
When you have accountability, you’re much more likely to stay on track and achieve your goals.
“Can I Do It?”
Can I do a triathlon? Can I finish the IRONMAN®? Can I run a MARATHON? Can I learn how to swim, bike or run FASTER?
This can be applied to ANYTHING, but we get it all the time. “Can I do it?” “IT” can be WHATEVER.
Here’s our response…
Forced Extra Time
This is the time of year many of us get to put our fitness to the test and race. Unfortunately, it seems like each day another race is being canceled or postponed. Or maybe you’re injured.
Regardless, instead of letting this drive you nuts, it’s time to take control and REFRAME YOUR GOALS. Use this “forced extra time” to your advantage.
Feeling Stressed & Unaccomplished?
I feel like this whole COVID-19 pandemic has created a sense of purgatory for many. Or your own personal Ground Hog’s Day. Where you’re kind of just stuck in between. In the middle of nowhere.
However you want to describe it – it likely adds some unwelcome tension and stress to your life and today I’m here to offer a couple suggestions to help manage this and help you feel better.
Always Do Your BEST!
On race day, jitters and nerves tend to peak. One way to deal with this is by promising yourself, you’re simply going to do your best.
The “butterfly” feeling is normal and expected. If you don’t get this feeling pre race, it may be time to find a different challenge.
Most athletes have a goal for each race. Whether you have a time goal, want to place in your age group or merely finish the race, we all tend to put a lot of pressure on ourselves.
For your next event, remember this: