Today, we talk about late season races and post-race strategy for getting stronger and faster. The tendency is to get right back at it, but it’s better to step back and peel the onion a little to figure out the best way to improve. The off season is a time for regrouping, re-focusing and being a little creative in your quest to get better in manageable ways. The goal is to really find joy in training so it becomes something you look forward to. You can’t do it all right now and the good news is, there is time. Time to do what you enjoy. Time to build unshakeable confidence while balancing all the other things in your life. You don’t have to do the Ironman dishes right now. Step back and focus on things that you enjoy. Get stronger and better without regret and disdain. Don’t trust all your feelings right now. You’ve gained a lot this year, and now you can create a re-start that energizes you and makes you stronger and faster next year. It’s a process, and we can only live on “fake belief” for so long.
Mike Tarrolly - CrushingIron@gmail.com
Robbie Bruce - C26Coach@gmail.com