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Strengthening a weak mindset

Hard to admit this, but … my #1 challenge when racing Ironman is strengthening a weak mindset. This post shares my #1 tool to develop a peaceful & powerful mindset. First, let me share this.  Early into training I learned Ironman requires more mental strength then physical strength. Of course it’s physical.  You must swim Read more about Strengthening a weak mindset[…]

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Happy Monday

How is your day going so far? Are you struggling to get it started? If so, take a few moments to focus and create a calm work environment. 1st, prioritize tasks. 2nd, declutter your desk of distractions. 3rd, light a candle for a special person. Then, dedicate the day to that person.  Think of their Read more about Happy Monday[…]

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Day 26 – Know when to chill out

When training for a triathlon some days you’re just tired, and that’s how I’m feeling today.  In fact endurance athlete embrace these moments as a great training opportunity, but today I don’t feel like it. Yes, I’ll embrace the tiredness, and I’ll enjoy being bad. Today I woke at 6:45 instead of 5:00.  Now it’s Read more about Day 26 – Know when to chill out[…]

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Day 25 – Be Flexible

A love for structure – that’s what I discovered during my 100 Days To Tri.  A set training schedule keeps me focused and on on-track.  Plus, it helps me analyze success and points out needed areas of improvement. Does every moment need to be set in stone? NO.  If so, opportunities are lost.  For example, Read more about Day 25 – Be Flexible[…]

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Day 23 – Love is in the details

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it a thousand more times – be proactive.  If you’re like me – a procrastinator – that’s easier said than done, but it pays off.  The trick is to be proactive with the end in mind. The end goal for racing Ironman or another triathlon is getting to Read more about Day 23 – Love is in the details[…]