The season for many has drawn to a close and now is a good time to reflect on the year, your successes, what you’re most proud of and where things didn’t go to plan, before the 2024 training begins 😊
Remember to reflect on what it was that contributed to those achievements, and to focus on those elements that you had complete control over. Its not just your physical fitness and preparation that will have contributed, our mental state plays a big part in the way we perform. I find writing them down helps me to identify what worked well and where I need greater development.
With these thoughts and notes I can structure my training correctly to take me into the 2024 season fitter, stronger, faster.
Albert Einstein quoted – Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
So what are you going to do differently moving forward, or are you going to let insanity rule!
Another fabulous year for the @ascyclingcoach riders who have clocked up a very impressive list of achievements this year for themselves and their respective teams. The 6 competitive riders have achieved the following: –
21 Course personal bests (pb’s)
14 Distance pb’s
9 Club championship awards
4 National championship medals
3 Regional championship trophies
Broken 3 club records
Set 1 new British record for the fastest ever women’s team to ride a 12hr Time Trial
A true reflection of how each have excelled this year.
There are a number of District competitions still to be awarded and I know by early in the New Year when the awards diners have all taken place the above list will grow bigger still.
12 hrs and 236 miles later and Susan is still super aero and looking strong
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