Small Victories

//Small Victories

“The smallest victories can seem like the biggest wins in the world of triathlon. Triathlon is a challenge with 1 million challenges within. To claim victory over one challenge can propel you to win 999,999 more times.”

If we start setting smaller goals, I mean really smaller goals within you training, we can gain so much more confidence while steadily increasing your technique, strength, and efficiency.

I’ll give 3 examples:

  1. Practice BiLateral breathing during swim training. When: when you have that Buoy between your legs, take advantage of that extra assistance to practice bi lateral breathing.
  2. During Brick Sessions …really attempt to transition off that bike and get running…don’t take your time…time yourself and work on getting faster every time. 
  3. Don’t do all of your long rides in a group setting…especially when training for a full. Do a handful of them alone and don’t stop. This is where we learn what our bodies will do for a long extended period of elevated heart rate time…because that is how it is on race day.

These are just 3 examples of a million where you can build confidence to get you to your next level. Imagine if you conquered just one of these 3 and how much it will benefit any athlete in triathlon.

This is what I mean about : “The smallest victories can seem like the biggest wins in the world of triathlon. Triathlon is a challenge with 1 million challenges within. To claim victory over one challenge can propel you to win 999,999 more times.”

Greg Toscano
BNG Performance Coach
IronmanU Certified Coach 

2019-07-18T00:48:35+00:00 July 18th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Small Victories