“Win or lose you will never regret working hard, making sacrifices, being disciplined or focusing too much. Success is measured by what we have done to prepare for competition.” – John Smith
There is a lot of truth behind this because your preparation for competition (and I’ve said this before) is the true struggle. This is where your focus should lie as this is where 99% of the work that you do is going to be done. The actual competition and performance itself is but a small sliver of your work as an athlete.
Train like you compete and you will find that the competition seems easier. This technique will also serve to calm your nerves on the day of the competition. You will not have to do anything different than how you’ve been doing out. Despite the outcome of the competition you know how hard you worked and you know how much you improved. There is no failure there, only progress. Focus on you training time and cherish it.
*Rode bike to work today 6M ride to and 6M ride from
Warm-up: Dynamic warm-up including karaoke, side shuffle, sprints, high knees, and butt kickers.
Calisthenics: 3 rounds of :60s at each station of: push-ups, squats, mountain climbers, sit-ups, and walking lunges. Followed by the run.
Running: 3.2M in 22:41