An old Sioux Indian proverb says: "If you don't know where you are going, any path will take you there."
The first step down the road to a greater level of running success is selecting a destination.
1. Establish a Definite Chief Aim -Napolean Hill - "in what do you truly believe?"
2. Practice the Law of Increasing Return - spend the time and effort in stretching and strengthening; look for the feedback, one step at a time
"have the vision to see your future . . . and the will to grasp it."
By the gift of the Creator I hereby recognize in my mind a goal above my previous Masters achievement in the 5K (17:00) to 16:40 in the year 2009.
Sound Health - use nutrition tips from Fast Track
Fear and Worry - Open PR well below this mark, feel the confidence
Indecision and Doubt - Age not an obstacle
Peace of Mind - Work strength training and plyometrics to put the mind at ease
Positive Mental Attitude - Always for every second of the 16:40 race