Beginner Triathlete - Motivation articles

author : JeremyLikness
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photoIt's great to have goals, but by itself, a goal is not much. Have you ever shared with someone else that you would “try” to accomplish a goal?
author : malvey
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avatarHow a father and son went from zero to marathon and had the experience of a lifetime!
author : scvb13
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avatarI am new to triathlon...again. I would like to share my story to hopefully inspire some to try the sport of triathlon.
author : anchorage84
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New Years Resolutions that Last - How to make them and keep them
author : anchorage84
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It’s just so discouraging to know that within a few more weeks those New Years’ Resolutionists are going to quietly disappear.
author : Dillion
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avatarI have come to a realization that it is my mind that takes me out of a race and not my physical capabilities.
author : Daniel Clout
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avatarStay focused on your dreams and stand up for your rights!
author : Daniel Clout
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avatarThere is a marvelous destiny out there waiting for you too, but only if you are willing to take chances and put yourself on the line.
author : adumey
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avatarWilling yourself to train despite the seemingly endless distractions that cross your path and the inner-voices of self-doubt is inspiring.
author : Michael
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avatarOn any given day, you may not want to train, but that will be when some of your mental toughness will start being built.
author : owie
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avatarMental toughness is skill. You need to learn how to suffer. You practice perseverance everyday when you are out training in the bad weather, when you ride or run further than you have ever gone.
author : malvey
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photoHow to motivate yourslef into habit forming triathlon training goals.
author : malvey
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avatarOne tool I’ve used successfully is the three A’s. Acceptance, Analysis, and Action.
author : malvey
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avatarYour Past is History but the present determines your future. From the book 'Be here now' by Dr. Richard Alpert
author : malvey
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avatarThe journey begins in the brain. The brain, which energizes your attitude, is the most powerful factor in a lifestyle overhaul.
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