Motivation

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

Athlete Spotlight: Francisco Guzman

A little background. Derick and I met Francisco at San Juan 70.3 back in 2011. We were hanging out in the lobby of the Hilton Caribe, I with my pink camouflage Quintana Roo bike. Suddenly I notice a little guy admiring it. And by ‘guy’, I mean a kid. A very small kid, as in […]

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 […]

Four Simple Run Workouts; Cyclist Friendly

Life is about balance. How often do we hear this? While a bit cliché, it holds a lot of truth. Many of you maintain a full-time job, balancing family, other commitments and often times work travel. Toss into the mix us coaches nagging you to ‘get your workout in’ on top of it all, […]

By |February 16th, 2018|Life, Motivation, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Athlete Spotlight: Arcadio Agudelo

 

“In my head, I always thought for the first time, doing less than 11:30 would be pretty good. I mentioned this to Chad a few days before the race, and he told me: You will surprise yourself. So, I thought sub-11 could maybe be in the cards, though we didn’t say it out loud.”
Arcadio is […]

By |February 2nd, 2018|Athlete Profile, Life, Motivation, Results, Training|0 Comments