2018 Goal Review.. how am I getting on..??
Wow... we're half way through the year.. and the goals I talked about over the new year and wrote about are almost half way through...
Goals Set AND Achieved:
- Compete in the Crossfit Open in early 2018, with the aim to complete each workout able to score at least 1 repetition for each defined movement RX.
YES!! Achieved... but only because I didn't get to the muscle ups.. I was timed out beforehand by being so slow at Double Unders..
But I'll take it.
- Create a personal training plan for 3 months (Jan-March) to allow for cross discipline training for Crossfit and running. This will include 4 sessions per week of running to hit 25+ miles per week.
YES!! Achieved.. well at least partly... I created a plan, but injury meant I couldn't follow through on all of the running..
- Create a personal nutrition plan for Jan-March to (finally) kick my cake habit and start eating a more balanced diet to support my training (rather than eating what I like because I’m training!)
YES!! Achieved..but a little late
I didn't get the plan in place early in the year, but I have been working with a nutritionist now for nearly 3 months. I've lost over a stone in weight, and I'm managing my cake habit!! I'll write more on this separately!
Goal Under Way... PB Marathon.... now that's a different story, I'll share more of that soon :-)
RobThe grumpy old man... played county level at multiple sports, semi-pro football and since retiring from rugby taken part and completed in single to multi day adventure races, half marathons, marathons, ultra running, triathlon, half ironman, ironman. A qualified PT, Kettlebell Coach and Personal Coach.. Loves cake!
When the beat of applause has died down...
Nov 06, 2017
Once your main event is over, what happens next? For many people and this year I'm definitely affected, the completion of a major goal or race leads on to a dip in motivation and enthusiasm. This brief article tells the story from the authors point of view and also suggests a couple of alternative strategies to get the flames burning again!
Beginners - Top Tips for staying on track
Feb 15, 2017
Based on your 3, 6 or 12 month goals, you’ll have been keen to get out and get started and from the moment you start your first session, the new choices you are making are reality. Use the handy guide below to help keep yourself on track over the whole of the first few weeks...
Coming up in the next month..
Challenges: Ride London ; South Downs 100
Product Reviews: Chia Charge ; Garmin 235
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