Swimming fast and shorter than average. The key is his powerfully quick scissor kick from the knees down. Not a giant leg spread kick. Notice the whip on page two. #kick#power#swim#specops#css#scissorkick
Waiting for willpower to build before you go for a run is not a long term habit forming practice.
Write out what you want to do tomorrow and then prepare for that.
In fitness terms, write out your plan for tomorrow or look for your daily email if you are a member of SBR Sport Individualized Coaching.
Then, put your training kit out tonight still.
Habits will always win over willpower.
When done tomorrow, place a big tick next to the task that you completed.
Introducing the new Austin Tri Club Ambassadors: Meet CC Rowe
In 2004, CC swam, biked, and walked to the finish line of her first triathlon to which she showed up with zero training. She figured that her daily bike commute and mediocre high school swim team experience and ability to move in a forward motion on her feet would be sufficient to complete the sprint triathlon. While it was really difficult, by the end of that race, she was hooked. She even started to train for her races! .
In her tenure as a multisport athlete, she has completed more than 50 triathlons, from super sprint to full Ironman, a number of duathlons, and a handful of Splash and Dashes. She qualified for Team USA in Duathlon and competed in the ITU World Championship Sprint Duathlon in Pontevedra, Spain in 2014. .
After seeing her hard work paying off, CC decided that it was time to spread the word about this whole “training” thing and started studying to become a coach. She launched her private triathlon and run coaching business, WTF Endurance, in 2015. .
These days, CC splits her time between coaching, training, and being an ASL interpreter. She still trains and races hard, but also understands that not every race can be your priority, and you have to take the time to run in a sparkly skirt and unicorn horn occasionally. She is currently training to complete a 10,000 yard swim on 12/31/18, because… well… WHY NOT?