How do you respond to change? Ironman Arizona shortens the bike leg and reactions are mixed. What was Robbie's reaction as a coach? How did Mike handle the news as a rebellious-year-older man? Today the guys dive into change and how to deal with it. How to pace a shortened race. Negative head space and punches to the gut. Framing a different experience. The World Series and more. Please check out our new C26 Club Coaching program for 2021 now priced at only $349!
- Love/Hate relationships with birthdays
- Ironman Arizona shortens the bike
- Florida ups Prize Purse for Pros
- Coach Robbie’s first concern when he heard Arizona was shortened
- Adjusting your attitude for race changes
- How do you pace a shortened Ironman bike?
- Either way, you’d better be ready
- The Seahawk that never gave up
- Changes in Arizona bike course and how they affect you
- Going in with your best effort to compete with yourself
- Recovering from a punch to the gut
- Why do we obsess over “the distance?”
- Robbie’s first race after sobriety
- Something will always disrupt “your perfect day”
- What you can control in races
- Should there be a way to find 40 more miles??
- Why Mike things immaturity keeps him young
- Is it easier to cancel rather than figure it out?
- Ironman, the Business
- How politics impacts Ironman
- What if they shortened the swim vs. bike?
- Is this World Series legit or come with an asterisk?
- Doing everything you can do to prepare for the race in front of you
- Negative head space and self sabatoge
- When we hedge our bet as a built in excuse
- Mike admits his age shows at times
- How the Arizona bike course is more difficult
- It’s gonna come down to pacing
- Framing as a different experience
- People will obsess over fast bike splits, but . . .
- Arizona is a Marathon with a swim and bike
- Why variability index will likely be high at Arizona
- What if Arizona LENGTHENED the bike??
- Keeping childhood rebellion
- Managing emotions on race day
- Responding to mechanicals with flexibility
- The more rigid, the less opportunities
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