Q&A on season planning, goal setting, and limiters | EP#372
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Mikael answers listener questions (from Instagram and Newsletter followers) on the topics of season planning, goal setting, and personal limiters.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
-How to set race goals (and account for factors like course, competitiveness of the field, etc)
-How to know what's realistic to aim for
-How to track the progress towards your goals
-How to establish limiters and assess if you're training to tackle them is working
-When is the best time to do a marathon if triathlon performance is your main goal?
-How to plan your season when you want to qualify for Kona but you don't know if you will manage to qualify or not
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