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 am only back from the latest running training camps in Spain. The last sport training camp was held in Poznan, Poland and before that in Portugal in the Algarve. The Spanish warm weather sports training camps seem to be the most popular with large numbers of athletes signing up for the course. Most athletes booked a specific running training program to follow what they had been taught and the new found knowledge learnt at the camp and also to maintain and work on their own athletics training program. Running training camps are advised for all athletes at least twice a year for all athletes wishing to improve on personal best performances.
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Hi everyone and welcome to my new blog. I will try and keep you up to date on all my future Events, plus results from students competitions and training progress.