Off a great, but tough weekend at Run Camp, we reflect on how and when to push and why it’s important to have fun in your life and training. We talk about your big race is “Just One Day” and how it’s better to be undertrained than burned out. Also, the little signs in your training will let you know you’re ready before you race. We look at burning physical and emotional matches, finding your pain threshold in each sport and when are the right times to dig deep. You’re the main character and author, it’s up to you to find more fun.
- The “Watts Game”
- How we locate the ego inside of us
- How stress impacts your life and training
- Pushing yourself when appropriate
- It’s your responsibility to have fun in life
- We’re in a world of leisure
- Escaping your life
- Venting about training
- Faster, stronger, and on and on and on
- The ability (and right time) to dig deep
- Sometimes we need to go rogue
- Inherent feeling about what we should accomplish in life
- Letting go of limits
- You only have to do it once
- The Hurt Locker
- You’re the main character and author of your story
- Break through the “I cant’s”
- You should be chomping at the bit on race day
- Burning physical and mental matches
- Fit, fast, and fresh
- What’s your most comfortable level of pain?
- How long can you withstand pain?
- High Pain/Shorter Distance or Lower Pain for longer?
- Understanding your pain level scale
- What’s your training temperment?
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