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You train for hours for an event when it’s dark, in the rain, after a long day at work, when you’re already mentally drained, when you’re supposed to be doing important things like gardening or painting the fence… Why do you do it?

You'll ask yourself this a few times during the year. It might be when you get caught in a hail storm out cycling or running. It might be with 5km to go in an Ironman. It might be when your alarm goes off, it’s pitch black outside and the rain is rapping at the windows. You'll lie there and say “Why do I do it?”
I'll tell you why…

Because you want to get high on life! It’s like an addiction and it’s what makes you different from “most people”. You’ll get back from an epic adventure during which you may have suffered like a wounded dog. But you’ll finish and say “that was awesome!” You’ll be on a high! But that’s not enough. You also need something more specific to think about. Something that really drives you personally. Answer the question at the bottom of this email. What’s going to drive you this year?

Andrew Lloyd winning the famous Tinman Triathlon

Pictured left Andrew Lloyd winning at home in the Tinman Triathlon. Andrew's training is on track for a stellar year, racing in Europe and NZ. With many years of hard work, discipline and resilience, one can improve to a point where they become an "overnight success".

All it takes is one simple step at a time...

What do you think about when you're training?

Something to get you thinking… An insight into how some people use exercise to help them both physically and mentally.

What's going to drive you this year?

What drives you to succeed? Being an example, kids, family, pride, reputation, beating your mates, fear. Or is it something else? Please click below and share what drives you. Answers are totally confidential. We'll share a few of the ideas you come up with in our next newsletter.

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