“If people can make permanent decisions in their life regarding their choice of mate, religion, or political party, then they are equally capable of making permanent decisions regarding their food choices, fitness commitments, and goals. (The human species is not biologically weakwilled, though you’d never know it if you observed typical human behavior.) Making sweeping, definitive, all-encompassing, and enduring commitments is an incredibly powerful and liberating experience, both in the making and the living up to them.“ — Chris Kostman, Race Director of the Badwater Ultramarathon
Today I received an email from an athlete I coach, with a hyperlink to a blog post from another coach.
The post resonated with me because I could really relate to what the author, Coach Taylor, was ranting about.
Many of you remember the podcast I did with Coach Pat Flynn, on the challenge inherent in being a “truth-telling” coach and teacher.
Perhaps you remember my blog post from Ironman Hawaii in 2012 on truth and honesty.
Well, here’s another piece on the topic that I believe is worth a few minutes of your time to read.
But only if you want results.
And are willing to look in the mirror and hear the truth.
And aren’t easily offended.
Are you ready??