Push Hard Multisport News for 06-16-2018

Rising Tide Triathlon Coaching – PushMyLimits

Sonja at Rising Tide Triathlon Coaching provided a free 10 day challenge to kick off December. As you probably guessed, day 1 was all about setting intentions. These aren’t necessarily your favorite songs of the moment, these songs tap you into your intention set on day one. Connect to your intention, you may even start with your intention and work from there. My intention is to #believe in myself deep underneath the surface at the very core of my being, but I also want to achieve big dreams. >> then add what the opposite of your Day 1 intention is, you know, that feeling of uug, or poor me, or I just want to sit on the couch, that one! >> now write down all the things you need to do that you don’t want to, especially when you are feeling the opposite or you intention. >> then add all you have to gain from racing/training/being in sync with your Day 1 intention. You are in a place of lack, a state that is the opposite of your Day 1 intention. Think of how you are going to use these challenges to build momentum into your Intention.

Keywords: [“intention”,”day”,”want”]
Source: https://pushmylimits.wordpress.com/tag/rising-tide-triathlon-coaching

priscilla barrington

Here are my top tips to every athlete fortunately and sometimes unfortunately each one has been tried and tested! I can guarantee most people reading this don’t wash their helmet. Us athletes are a precious bunch and need their beauty sleep. I wash my sports bra’s after every session in the shower with me meaning I always have one ready to go. Cooking for one is tough, cooking for 4-6 makes sense. The amount of lycra we wear, and sweat we produce in it, of course it makes sense to disinfect your sports clothes. Lycra generally needs to be cold washed to save the garment but hot wash kills things better. Do yourself a favour, and buy some washing disinfectant pronto. Constantly flying out the door for a ride or run, it makes sense to have a single house key that you can stuff into those tiny invisible pockets your running shorts have. Please tell me I am not the only one who has taken my house key off the main set of keys for a run, then left for work with the main set having forgotten to put the house key back on Disaster.

Keywords: [“wash”,”key”,”bet”]
Source: https://priscillabarrington.wordpress.com

The Bull Runner » What To Do When You Miss a Run in Your Marathon Program

I’m 3 weeks away from Florence Marathon and I’ve missed more runs than I ever have in any other marathon training program I’ve done the past decade. I feel like I’m just suddenly exposed to so much germs around me and, with my immunity low due to the long runs, these viruses just love me. If you missed one or two runs in the program, skip it and just start on your current date. DO NOT try to squeeze all those missed runs into one week. 2- If you missed just one run and it’s not because of an illness, then switch it to another day. Ran my Sunday long run on a Monday morning in the gym! -. 3- If you missed an important long run, such as the only 32k that you have to do for the entire marathon program, then try to do it within the week. For more experienced marathoners, you can even run the 32k just 2 weeks before the marathon if you know that your body will recover in time. I missed my 32k run today because I’m sick again. I was planning to run it at the New Balance Power Run 25k and just run extra before and after the race.

Keywords: [“run”,”week”,”missed”]
Source: https://thebullrunner.com/2016/11/what-to-do-when-you-miss-a-run…

Melissa Stockwell

2016: Won a bronze medal as part of a U.S. podium sweep in the women’s PT2 division at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, alongside gold medalist Allysa Seely and silver medalist Hailey Danz Earned silver medals at the Aguilas ITU World Paratriathlon Event and the Sarasota CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships. 2015: Earned bronze at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championships in Chicago Reached the podium four times at ITU World Paratriathlon Events, including a gold in Detroit, silvers in Rio de Janeiro and Yokohama, and a bronze at Sunshine Coast Placed second at the Monterrey CAMTRI Triathlon American Championships. 2014: Collected a silver medal at the Chicago ITU World Paratriathlon Event. 2012: Earned her third consecutive world title at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championships in Auckland. 2011: Defended her world championship crown at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championships in Beijing. 2010: Earned her first world title at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championships in Budapest.

Keywords: [“World”,”Paratriathlon”,”ITU”]
Source: http://www.teamusa.org/Athletes/ST/Melissa-Stockwell

Sarah’s Triathlon Adventure

Between buying a house, moving the office, renovating extensively and having several other things to keep me busy in between, there really hasn’t been much time for writing. Hard to believe that indeed, I started this blog nearly half a decade ago, during a very different time in my life. It began as a way to record my adventure into this strange world of triathlon, as a way to log my experiences and remember them as I went forward. Perhaps I’ve neglected writing because I don’t identify with this blog the way I used to. As for the blogging – I DO want to continue to write, even if I don’t have as much time to go out and read others’ adventures. Still, something has to change: it is time for a new blog. Nothing wrong with this one, simply time to start a new one. My friend Jo Ann inspired me recently to get back into the kitchen and I’ve been having a great time with it. Life is finally beginning to settle back down and my time is becoming a little freer. It’s time to pick up the pencil and let the thoughts flow.

Keywords: [“time”,”blog”,”year”]
Source: http://sarahtriadventure.blogspot.com

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