This week from podcast land . . .
At the end of the year, it’s natural to reflect on what went really well, and what didn’t work so well and it’s a great time to take a step back and examine what you want to continue doing because it’s working really well and what you’d like to work on more. An important part of that process is:
- Creating a context for your improvement: running can be really black and white in terms of outcomes, but not all improvements can be measured in a time or a PB
- Understanding that sometimes you don’t need to change anything, you just need to keep going
- Creating a balance between developing work capacity and specific training
- How to zone in on things that might be blocking your progress: like over-training or under-recovering
Coming Up . . .
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You can support Operation Move and the podcast on Patreon. I am so grateful for your support! This week, the bonus episode is a deep dive into creating better sleep habits for better recovery. I talk about things like: are you better off getting as much sleep, or following a consistent schedule? Should you take that nap? How do you set up routines to put yourself on auto-pilot? Is some sleep more valuable than other sleep? And is being a night owl a real thing? Stay up to date on:
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