Member Since 2008
Ricky —our ability to perform up to our physiological potential in a race is determined by whether or not we truly psychologically believe that what we are attempting is realistic. Anton Krupicka
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
Now that was a bath...
I've got a fever...
On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office. But you will wish that you'd spent more time running. Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.
Do a radio interview. On the interview, commit to running a race, say a big marathon for example. Make sure that everybody you know is aware of the radio interview.
You WILL run that race
Oh, and register for a race that is a bit in the future. I always find that I don't want to waste my money if I've already paid the fee for entry!
When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
Needs more cowbell!
• Do some dus...and some CX...and some tandem gravel...and some podiums...
• 130#s (or less)
• Stop letting my core go to hell
The voice of mile 18
Tri Rule #1 of Triathlon Training/Racing - If Momma ain't happy nobody is happy
BTW, I notice you are in MI, too. What part of the state are you in? I've over on the West side. Nice to have you nere!
get thee a nemesis. someone you MUST beat no, not just beat destroy, anhilate, vaporize. for me it was jeff bennighoff he outsprinted me in sophmore year a XC meet and he became the bane of my existence. whenever I felt like slacking off or goofing off I remembered losing to him and thought "Benninghoff is training right now" he kept me motivated for 2 more years and helped going thru some nasty track workouts