I was late to the track, today. I was skype-ing with my daughter's friend and his parents.
They live in Spain and Girlfriend is going to visit them in a few weeks.
|Mini-man, Girlfriend and Her friend from Spain|
So, because I was late, I only ran a mile warm-up.Next up, Strides: Four 100meter strides. I imagined I was Carmelita Jeter for 19sec, 19sec, 19 sec and another 19sec - I know, I know, not quite 10.78seconds on the 100meter - I'm a little slower - I'll blame it on the fact that I've been glued to the Olympics and staying up way past my bedtime for the last couple weeks! That's a good reason, right?
|We love you Carmelita!|
Congratulations! You are awesome!
Coach went a little easy on me, today.I ran 250meters at 6:20-6:30pace, jogged about 150meters and repeated 8 more times. I concentrated on my form. Kicked quick and with force, and I tried to widen my strides - I imagined I was Sanya Richards Ross ...
|Go Sanya! You are amazing! Congratulations!|
Wow, look at that stride!
|Kyla Ross, how do you do that?|
Congratulations, Aly Reisman slayed it on the floor last night!
Imagination is a weird thing. I wonder who motivates these elite athletes - if they ever imagine they are like someone, or like something, while they are training. I wonder what they are thinking when they are competing?
Does someone or something motivate you?
What/who helps you to
TRAIN SMART TODAY?