One of our favorite authors is Charles Bukowski and his famous saying is, "Don't Try." We think what he means is, "Don't try to be someone you're not" and while it obviously applies to life, it hits hard for a lot of athletes in triathlon. Perfecting any craft is a slow burn and at the core is being realistic with yourself and your goals. It can also make the experience much more rewarding and fun.
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- Accepting Outcome
- Understanding EFFORT
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- Being Honest With Your Goals
- Weight Loss and Athletic Gains Come Slowly
- Self-awarness of things that aren’t working
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- Setting and Letting Go of Time Goals
- When to Unload Your Training
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