We often attribute pain as always, only, ever - being “bad”.
I think this is a mistake.
We need to expand how we view, understand and interpret pain.
Let’s not think just about what the next season is and, by default, let it dictate what we do. Let’s not continue going from one race to the next, one season to the next, expecting change (an effect) that has not been caused. Instead, let’s think deeper about what we can start putting into practice this present season in order to positively effect the next.
Thanks to the Team at BRC, I had an opportunity to check out the new Spring line and am excited to give you a breakdown on the shoes that we get asked about most! Plus, a little insight into what PT Elite Staffers are currently wearing.
Athletes are always looking for validation that their training is paying dividends. If the plan is working, then head down and carry on. But what happens when you plateau or want to take your performance to the next level?
Any athlete, coach, or healthcare provider who discourages endurance athletes from strength training is stuck in the past, and doing themselves or their athlete a terrible disservice.
I’m not really sure why I even searched out PT Elite, I guess there was this smothered fire within me, barely still alive, that was yearning for a miracle.
By planning some focus on developing robustness in our tissues, we can bulletproof ourselves to a long and healthy season. Increasing the strength and durability of our chassis will allow us to fully unleash the power and desire of our engine without the fear of injury.
To maximize the return of your new efforts during this season, we must create a plan. As the saying goes: if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. So here are 5 tips to get the most out of your post-season training.