(See www.SoTHISIsFitness.com/podcast35 for extended show notes/blog)
We tend to low-ball ourselves.
We generally have a tendency to believe we are less capable than we really are. We routinely underrate our true potential, and assume we can only go so high up on the achievement ladder. We see the accomplishments of others and rank ourselves against them... assuming that if THAT'S where THEY can get... we must be somewhere down just a little bit below them.
We need to believe we can rise above mediocrity.
We are capable of so much more than we give ourselves credit for. IF we can just STOP stopping ourselves and reach a little higher... it'd turn everything upside down. THAT... is exactly what happened to Maggie Guterl. One day, she decided to "get serious", talked to a coach... and guess what her coach told her? That she could achieve something amazing. And she pushed Maggie to it. And she did it. We can all take a lesson from what Maggie has to tell us, whether we work with a coach or not. Join me for the conversation.
What's in this episode:
- Overtraining, Communication, and DON'T be your wife's personal trainer
- Darrell gets flown to NOW Foods HQ because he's important and stuff
- British people apparently don't like recreational ruck marching
- We chat with Maggie Guterl - ultrarunning BEAST
- believing in the impossible
- working with a coach
- rising above "mediocrity"
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