This is my first blog back since the Masters Qualifers. That was 76 days ago!
It's been a very busy time. For the last 11 weeks my weekly schedule has been 4 days a week leave the house at 4:45am and return home at 8:30pm. The other 3 days I leave at 6:30am and return home at 7pm.
No days off! Not one. I did have two days of competition in there - which just means I compete until 3 or 4pm then head back to the shed until about 7pm.
That isn't all work though. I have breakfast, lunch and dinner at the shed. I trained every day (except two). And once a week I go to a movie and get a massage. It's normally a Thursday or Friday and I think of that as my weekend.
Ive talked earlier in this blog about people whose goals far outreach their commitment. Commitment means no excuses. If you have excuses, then you may well be dedicated, but you're definitely not committed! If you think your goal is worthy enough...then commit to it.
So if you to are a busy person, trying to fit in heavy training, then consider these points:
So that's a quick summary to where I am now. If I can I'll put in my training program for the last 11 weeks. Next blog I'll cover more of that. And my diet. And my supps.
So if you're good and you want to get better, then you need to do something extra. Take a look at your life and see what you can cut out (or put in) to give you more time and reduce stress. And put that time to good use! And go for it.
Dion Walmsley, Head Coach at CrossFit Kanga, Richlands