Do you want to achieve your sports goals in 2021? Or are you looking to get a pesky injury under control this coming year? Join my free webinar: Goal Setting and Habit Formation for Athletes on Wednesday January 6 at 18:00 CET!
How to readjust your training goals (because… 2020!). Some tips on how to tweak or redirect your goals in the face of changing circumstances.
I firmly believe that showing up to train on your worst days means you’ll always be there on the best days.
I want to remind you of some of the endless benefits of exercise training, even when it feels rough. I think even when we’re not training for anything in particular, these should be pretty strong reasons for us to keep filling out our training logs.
I often talk about the importance of having a goal to direct your training – but how do you set a goal? I’ve got two methods I usually give to clients. Check ’em out here.
I have always been an outdoorsy mover; I prefer running on trails to the treadmill, ocean swimming to the pool (although lakes tend to be a better option around here!), and cycling on the road compared to a spin bike. So the shift to working outside with COVID-19 restrictions has actually been a blessing in disguise! There’s also something else I’ve been noticing: How it’s improving my sleep.