There’s been some great racing from my Tri Squad over the last few weeks. Here’s a few thoughts to help them (and you) to navigate their(your) way through races and the early part of the race season. 1. Most important of all: take the time and opportunity to be proud and pleased with having done […]
Author Archive for: Musty
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Entries by Musty
‘I raced at the Chemin des Dames triathlon in Chamouille (approx. 2 hours from Paris) last weekend. This was my first triathlon of the season so I was interested to see how I would measure up to the competition. The triathlon attracts a quality field of triathletes from around the region and seems to get […]
With race season now upon us and my athletes racing almost every weekend over the coming months I’ve been thinking about some of the principles that define the phrase “Racing Tough”. The picture above captures a few of the important principles but I think there are a couple of equally important principles of “racing tough” that […]
With the dust just about settled on another London Marathon, its an apt time to reflect on what still remains one of my favourite races from the many races I competed in. And what a race it was this year for all competitors, including my two S4F Squad Members Gerry and Ali. As their coach […]
First of all many thanks to our sponsors: Precision hydration and Naked Runner. Some great racing by the squad at the Active Training World Ashridge Duathlon today. Over a tough 10k/44k/5k course everyone finished strongly. Early season races are always tough but great to get the season started. Plenty of hard work to come before […]
It’s party time at the moment as everyone moves from Christmas partying to new years eve partying. It’s also that time of year when people set themselves new year’s resolutions with plans to achieve amazing things. Unfortunately most of these new years resolutions survive as long as the many balloons that we find ourselves dancing […]
1. First pick is a great article on how focusing on the process rather than the goal itself is the best way of achieving any challenging goal: “this mind-set lends itself to presence, which she defines as the ability to be in the moment, confident but not arrogant.”: http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2016/08/why-having-big-goals-can-backfire.html 2. My favourite piece of […]
I woke up at 2:30am, 2 hours before my alarm, but as I had been asleep since 8pm, I’d already had enough sleep! ( Well, Musty did say have an early night!) My lovely husband and number one supporter drove me to Boxhill in Surrey for my first ever Ballbuster duathlon. It was very dark […]
Eton Dorney Srint Tri – 18 Sept 2016 My 1st sprint triathlon came at the end of a very stressful week at work. I am a teacher in a special school for children with profound disabilities and complex health needs.I love my job but sometimes it breaks my heart, like this week, when heaven acquired […]
The GB Half Ironman Championships it was an early start. The alarm went off at 0330. First thought was ‘how fresh do I feel’ from the devil on my shoulder, counteracted by a more calming ‘give yourself a chance to wake up!’. Normal routine, downstairs, cup of tea! It was still pitch dark! I could […]
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