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Prep for the Pre-Season
A trail map for your journey to change.
The Rally Point
1. Dont have to be an athlete to
exercise
(but embrace your past)
2. Know your limitations
(get a check up...
1. Embrace your Past
The Jump Start is easiest phase to initiate
Dedicate 3 months (fall season very
limited for follow th...
2. Know your Limitations
Injury roll call
Knowledge of age
related risks
Baseline health
testing
Medical clearance
(rx sid...
3. Checklist your Priorities
50 pounds before a wedding
mentality (channel
enthusiasm)
Coaching staff important as
“eyes i...
-equipment
electronic vs eyes on
shoes!!!
cover!!!
rehydrate/replenish
supplements
(inflammation)
journaling good but get
...
4. Journal your Journey
The concept of time when
ticking down is easier to
keep incentive
Journaling helps coach
Journalin...
Jump
Start
Float
Phase
Summit
The Journey
TEA
Thinking (visualization,
relaxation practice,
grounding for micro-
stress)
Eating (fasting,
rehydration,
replenishment...
Aid Station
Designated rest
points on your
journey to
recalibrate/reaffirm
Evaluate progress,
re-establish next aid
statio...
Finish Line
Not a real finish but the
beginning of “Float
Phase”
Continue pace, reset for
another 3 months,
readjust activ...
New Rally Point
Accept losses,
embrace wins,
recalibrate
After this 3months
of floating, plan for
next season
Re-prep for
...
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Prep for the Preseason

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Lecture I will be presenting at the Bartlett Park District March 19th Lunch (noon) 2015
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Prep for the Preseason

  1. 1. Prep for the Pre-Season A trail map for your journey to change.
  2. 2. The Rally Point 1. Dont have to be an athlete to exercise (but embrace your past) 2. Know your limitations (get a check up!) 3. Check list your priorities (get a coach) 4. Journal your journey (recording positives and negatives helps problem solve later)
  3. 3. 1. Embrace your Past The Jump Start is easiest phase to initiate Dedicate 3 months (fall season very limited for follow thru phase) Choose and activity that touched your life in the past Float Phase is the same regime but concentrating on strengthening weakness in TEA Reengineering the Float Phase to maximize time, move away from coaching and build up weakness for a solid practice by end 6th month
  4. 4. 2. Know your Limitations Injury roll call Knowledge of age related risks Baseline health testing Medical clearance (rx side effects) Prep for inflammation
  5. 5. 3. Checklist your Priorities 50 pounds before a wedding mentality (channel enthusiasm) Coaching staff important as “eyes in the field” to critique Pick an author cover to cover (know theory) Invest in evidence based knowledge Invest in equipment to bring value to the journey 1
  6. 6. -equipment electronic vs eyes on shoes!!! cover!!! rehydrate/replenish supplements (inflammation) journaling good but get expert advice hitting the wall (big-ass calendar)
  7. 7. 4. Journal your Journey The concept of time when ticking down is easier to keep incentive Journaling helps coach Journaling helps doc Restriction/reintroduction recording helps pinpoint setbacks Focus on worthy goals helps tolerate small setbacks
  8. 8. Jump Start Float Phase Summit The Journey
  9. 9. TEA Thinking (visualization, relaxation practice, grounding for micro- stress) Eating (fasting, rehydration, replenishment, inflammation) Activity (move, balance, lift, nature,5 sense support)
  10. 10. Aid Station Designated rest points on your journey to recalibrate/reaffirm Evaluate progress, re-establish next aid station goals, tighter/looser nutrition, balance time Neutralize boredom/re-inspire, recruit “likes”
  11. 11. Finish Line Not a real finish but the beginning of “Float Phase” Continue pace, reset for another 3 months, readjust activity for new temp, environment, weight, wear Review journaling, retest with doc, reestablish with coach, consider group “likes”
  12. 12. New Rally Point Accept losses, embrace wins, recalibrate After this 3months of floating, plan for next season Re-prep for preseason Plan for a bigger pinnacle

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