Friday, May 22, 2009
Slow Down to Speed Up
I was at an educational conference a few weeks ago and the speaker was talking about "Slow Down to Speed Up" in terms of instruction. You know, slow down to make sure all students master the skill before continuing on. This saves you time in that you don't have to reteach the skill later. I was thinking, this also applies to triathlon. Slow down to speed up. Slow down, improve your form. Slow down, plan your workouts with purpose. Slow down, listen to your body. Slow down, cook and eat healthy, balanced meals. Slow down, reflect on your training and be grateful. Slow down to speed up.