Training

Embrace Your Inner Aussie; Improve Your Swim

When people start the ‘contemplation’ phase of doing a triathlon, more often that not, the swim is the most daunting. Unless you grew up around the water or were exposed to swimming early in life, it can be intimidating and more challenging to master. Or if you grew up in Australia. If you grew up […]

3 Ways to Get Over a Bad Session

 “What’s right is what’s left if you do everything else wrong.”
~Robin Williams
I often like to think, if you haven’t failed, then you haven’t been doing something long enough. We all love to succeed; who doesn’t like the feeling of a job well done, a goal accomplished? That is human nature; but the real gains are […]

Athlete Spotlight: Greg White

I recently had the pleasure of catching up with Greg White, a Durata athlete who currently lives in Denver, Colorado. Ironically Greg and I both grew up in Indiana, so of course this was how I wanted to kick things off; knowing a bit more about his upbringing in the “Crossroads of America”. In addition […]

The Power of the Process

“In 2000 the average person’s attention span was 12 seconds. By 2015 it had dropped to 8 seconds. For perspective, a goldfish has an attention span of 9 seconds.” (Experience Life magazine, ‘Tech Fix’ by Mo Perry)

 

We live in a world where we never have to ‘be bored’, because at our fingertips (read: smartphones) is a google search, […]

By |April 6th, 2018|Life, Motivation, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Coach-Athlete Accountability

“Accountability is the glue that ties commitment to the result.” (Bob Proctor)

By definition, accountability is “the obligation of an individual or organization to account for its activities, accept responsibility for them, and disclose the results in a transparent manner” (according to businessdictionary.com). While a successful coach-athlete relationship is contingent on various facets, this one is […]

By |March 6th, 2018|Life, Motivation, Results, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments