“It was too windy.” “Too hot or too cold.” “Too many people in my lane.” What do you do when facing inconvenience? Today we talk about how to turn training obstacles into racing lessons. We also look at subconscious thoughts and how they can affect our moods. We talk about race goal setting and how it can be good and bad. And finally, give some last minute thoughts on how to race Ironman Florida.
- Congrats to everyone about to Race. You’ve already been rewarded.
- How people have been finding their way and growth
- Building on expectations
- Being letdown in our hope
- Races as Graduation Days
- How feelings change throughout a race
- Embracing opportunity of a crappy day
- Remembering the feeling of rough days
- Building your mental tool box for race day
- Owning your space
- How do your respond to being “off”
- Robbies attempt at 100 windy miles in a cold Lab
- Shifting your perspective to work through things
- It’s for me not for you
- When your friend jabs you with a little inspiration
- Can you be satisfied with a letdown?
- When we’re in a bad place “for no reason”
- Letting go can be the hardest part
- When our minds need to catch up with our bodies
- Taking responsibility for your life is healthy
- Don’t get too full of yourself
- Robbie waxes poetic (for him)
- The biggest thing isn’t the result, it’s the release
- There’s always something to pick apart, but look for the positives.
- Why it’s harder to ride in the cold
- We’re all about Happy & Healthy, but think about FAST a lot too
- How good can we get??
- The problem with forecasting your future and races
- Obsessed with the result
- Giving yourself time to figure out “who you are” on race day . . . or training days for that matter.
- Should coaches give you a run pace target in Ironman?
- Re-evaluating and adjusting in the middle of a race
- Why you should FEEL things before you feel them in a race
- Ironman Florida Strategies
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