Readiness, recovery, sleep, etc. are all critical for performance. And it’s a big booming tech industry right now with devices and apps flooding the space trying to get a slice of the fitness and high performers world. It doesn’t just apply to athletes but to everyday people aiming to perform at their best. Because who… Keep Rollin
Turning Losses into Wins!
MTB National Championships – Winter Park, Colorado Final lap, final rooty climb, bang out >500 watt effort while enduring cramps to pass a podium rider in the age group that started ahead of me. Breathe. Drop in the last rocky chute fast and composed. Breathe. Carve from trail onto the start/finish stretch. Finish line in… Keep Rollin
Pop Your Bubble of Discomfort
Segueing from the previous article on complacency and contentment, this is a similar concept that can serve valuable in competition both amongst others and sometimes internally. We only experience from our first-person perspective, so it only makes sense that this is where your mind resorts to a place of adversity. Think about a tough workout… Keep Rollin
Surpass the Dip or Quit!
I’m usually too long-winded and often try to get a point across in extra explanatory steps, but in reading a short book The Dip by Seth Godin, I came upon a concept laid out in a page that really pertains to performance and gains. So in an effort to shorten the shit as a mentor… Keep Rollin
How to; Executing Specificity within a Route
Example of performing with expertise.
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