If you run races, you probably make race goals, especially related to your time. It’s almost hard NOT to make a time goal, even if it’s a secret one that you make in your head. (Tell me you’ve done that too so I don’t fee alone there.) Anyway, I LOVE making goals that are not related to time because they enhance race day and add meaning to the entire experience of what you’ve worked sooo hard for. I don’t know about you, but I like getting the most bang for my buck, so I grab all the adventure and goodness I can from any race.
The secret to that is setting up meaningful goals.
The problem though, is that if we only focus on time, unless you nail it, you might be really let down and only remember the race in terms of how you failed.
Failure? Yikes! I don’t want you to feel like that.
So, this video details my 3 race goal “sets” that don’t focus on time, but help guarantee you a great race day, stay motivated during training and increase your circle of support. Bam! I would love to hear your thoughts and learn what you do (or not do) with your race goals. Shoot me a comment below!