Practice doesn’t make it perfect but it does make it permanent. So when it comes to doing your sprint drills and starting block position why not create excellence, it’s not an act but a habit. Therefore athletes we learn that we become what we repeatedly do.
Work harder at improving yourself, live within the moment of now, but "remember" start each training session with the end result in mind. If you want to run faster make every drill count, every run, every step, and exercise be your best effort. Others will respect you for your best efforts.
Exercise with passion. If you have short term failure in training pick yourself up, at least you know where you need and want to go.
Remember that success is a lot of small steps in the right direction. A few simple disciplines will make a major impact on your training in the short term as well as long term goals.
I have never met a successful athlete that had a negative attitude. The key to success is having a positive attitude. You have to love training, be enthusiastic. Don’t limit yourself to what you think you can do, you can go further if you let your mind lead you.
Believe and you will achieve.
Don’t waste time, for it is gone forever. Wealth can be regained, knowledge can be learnt and health can be cured, but time can never be replaced.
Get out and train as now is the time.
(I-Newswire) Dublin, April 9, 2011 - National, European and World Champion Athlete and coach Geraldine Finnegan , that has recently returned from the Europeans in Belgium winning Silver and Bronze.
Geraldine who is the most meddled athlete in the country has selected Top Class athletes including two Louth Leinster and All Ireland champions
from Dunleer Athletic Club Lydia Jein and Rory Kirwan to her intense Spring training camp in Alicante Spain.
These athletes will undergo intense training 3hours in the morning and 3hours in the evening for ten days and will return home fit and ready for the beginning of the
track and field season which begins early May with the first competition the Louth championships . Geraldine has also selected other athletes from Northern Ireland
, Poland and Germany . The training camp consists of Shot putt, Javelin, Discus ,Hammer and speed training. Which Rory specializes in the javelin and Lydia specializes
in the discus. Lydia who has been a member of Dunleer athletic club since the tender age of six and her club mate Rory has been also a member for many years too
has always being dedicated to athletics and are privileged to be coached by Geraldine Finegan http://www.geraldinefinegan.com
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