Fall Q&A Series
We often find excuses not to accomplish the goal we’ve set for ourselves…
It’s counter intuitive, but true more often than none. It’s just something we’re programmed to do on a subconscious level when facing change.
I speak to aspiring athletes all the time who use not having tri bike as a reason not to attempt their first tri…
It’s about progress over perfection!
I usually tell them “become a triathlete, even if you can’t be as fast as you would like to be in your first tri…”
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Since 2001 Peter has worked with individuals from many backgrounds, some taking up exercise for the first time looking for weight loss and toning, and others seeking guidance with a more extreme goal of training for an Ironman triathlon. Peter has published articles in the Competitor Magazine, some of his work was also featured by USA Triathlon, Golf Fitness Magazine and Colorado Runner website.
Latest posts by Peter Kadzielawski (see all)
- Why Crossing The Ironman Triathlon Finish Line Was A Disappointment - January 30, 2017
- Shift Your Mindset To Reach Success - January 28, 2017
- How To Finally Achieve Your Goal - January 27, 2017