Houston Half 2020

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JAN 22 Blogpost #4 Houston Half and Goal-Setting I talked with Coach Lundstrom at lunch on Saturday before the race and stated that my goal was the 64-65min range. I think that goal had escalated slightly from my initial goal

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Eating Healthy and Balling on a Budget

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by Brandon Hudgins from Be You, Be Real Since Wednesday night’s #GoingtheDistanceLive podcast (which I’ve posted below) I’ve had a lot of additional questions. I have decided to write down some of the things that I talked about during the episode.

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5 Easy Steps for Everyone to Wake up like an Olympian

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by Kibwé Johnson from Olympic athlete turned Success Coach It’s 2018. ‘New year, new me,’ and all that jazz. We’ve all done it before. If you’re anything like me, you’re already pretty comfortable with the person you are in this moment.

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What Would You Attempt to do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?

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My Junior year of high school, inspired by Pinterest, I took an orange piece of chalk and scripted a short message in large letters onto the right wall of my closet. “What would you attempt to do if you knew

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Being Mentally Prepared

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as originally posted by Cocoa Elite Mental Preparation: So much thought and planning goes into designing workouts, mapping out racing seasons, and making sure to get every last mile in. Creating a training plan is an essential part of reaching

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The Dirty 30

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from Be You, Be Real I’m 30 years old.  What the hell?  When did I get old enough to be 30?  I’m definitely 30 going on 13, more than 30 going on 31.  I’ve jokingly called myself grandpa and the

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Baby Steps (literally & figuratively)

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from B Team Running Well it’s a new year! So new year means new goals, new perspectives and a fresh outlook for the future. Right? Right! From a personal standpoint, I have to say that 2016 was, without a doubt,

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Goal Setting for Anytime of the Year

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechaser I have never really bought into New Year’s Resolutions, mostly because it conjures up images of unrealistic goals which quickly crash and die.  Some people make goals to run for an hour every day

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Can’t Lose – Goal Setting (Oh hi, Boston!)

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This probably seems totally out of place for me right now, but sometimes as a cycle comes to a close, it’s helpful to reflect back to the beginning of this one, and also to previous cycles. As mentioned in my

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My 2016 Goals

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from Kibwè’s Blog Wow. It has been a long time since my last post! As you’re probably aware, lots of changes the last few months. So let’s dive right in. Without further adieu, here are my top goals for the

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