Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Training Direction

Without focused direction and goals the chances of you just stumbling upon your goals is very low. you should be a continuously setting short term goals! I really like the army fitness manual for the fit checks, I wont spend nearly as much time doing them, but it really shows the importance. It also allows some time to recover to a more rested state (periodization) when you only perform one task in the day rather than a test followed by a WOD.... knowing were you stand with your goals is important, but most important is making a plan to achieve it. Realistic planning is the key.

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