Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
Every athlete is bound to face at least a few major letdowns in his or her career. When this happens, you want to let yourself feel down for a good 24 to 48 hours.
But after two days have passed, it’s critical to shift from ruminating on the past to focusing on the future. Select the next goal and begin mapping out a process to get there.
MORE IDEAS FROM THE SAME ARTICLE
The best goal to have is simply to “get better.” Such an approach ensures that you never get too fixated on specific results.
Quit thinking about success as finishing times, qualifying standards, or placements. Think about success as continual growth and progress...
MORE LIKE THIS
Toughness is experiencing something that is subjectively distressing, and then leaning in, paying attention, and creating space to take a thoughtful action that aligns with your core values.
Time measurement seems so crucial that athletes forget what to do without any measurement of time.
Running an interval without any clock makes you keep in touch with your internal feelings and energy levels.
A change in one life area that brings about positive effects in other area. Exercise it’s not just vanity. What you do in the gym makes you a better, higher-performing person outside of it. When you develop physical fitness, you’re developing life fitness, too.
❤️ Brainstash Inc.