Congrats! You did it!! Take some time for much deserved celebrations. And before you make any final judgements and conclusions on what happened out there, follow this simple 7 Step guide to effectively evaluating your race day performance. It’s a different way to look back but it’s highly effective at setting you up for your next challenge bring clarity on what was great about your race and what you need to do differently next time.
PLEASE NOTE: I filmed this video a while ago but it’s perfectly suited to right now. Enjoy it…and as always…do the exercise as described!
With one month to go (and hopefully many weeks of training behind you) you should start to refine what success looks like for you in this race. And unlike what most triathletes do, to really be successful, you’ve got to go beyond the time clock. Incorporating these additional measures into your remaining training will bring greater purpose and focus to every workout.
What you expect to happen is rarely what actually happens…unless you follow these steps. Simple things you should do this week to get your mind clear and your emotions in check for the big day, regardless of what occurs.
Race day is unlike training days – a new environment, very early start, hundreds or thousands of competitors battling for the same spot and no walls to grab onto. This video gives two tools to keep your mind engaged and focused on what really matters in order to race your race well.
You’ll undoubtedly have lots on your plate this week – travel, packing bags, checking maps and lists. With all the things to consider outside of your normal routine, how do you get yourself in the right focus and ‘state of mind’ for race morning? Here’s how.
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