Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect

The old phrase that practice makes PERFECT can get you into a lot of trouble. During the national championships this year I did well but made some mistakes that I’m learning from after asking for feedback from multiple sources. One of the mistakes that cost me crucial time was something I was practicing incorrectly during training. That practice made it PERMANENT and I carried it through to the competition. I’m adjusting based on solicited feedback and excited to implement what I’m now practicing to make permanent. Just because you work hard at something and spend a lot of hours training yourself doesn’t mean you are going to do it right!

 

#training #blogging #tokyo2020 #paracycling #paralympics #olympics #cycling #teamusa #cyclist

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