How many people do you know that actually own their truth? I’m lucky because I know a lot of folks who are not afraid to be seen, some are cyclists and some are not. Some are quiet and introverted while others are brazen and you couldn’t miss them if you tried, but what they all have in common, what I truly admire about them, is that they are true to who they are and what they believe. I wonder what does that take… to really be visible? What does it take to be true to yourself? What is the cost of playing it safe?Continue Reading
Do you ever feel like you are in a battle with your own mind and you are losing. I wonder how many of us feel like we are our own worst enemy and not our greatest fan? I suspect a great many. What would it be like if we decided to show up for ourselves and change our thoughts? Could changing the way we think change our lives? Recently I had an experience that proved to me what we tell ourselves matters more than we could imagine.Continue Reading
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I want to talk about setbacks… Have you ever made a plan, a goal for yourself and been super fired up, totally motivated and get to the doing part full steam ahead then… BLAM! Life happens and it happens hard. That has been my experience over the last couple months and OMG has the struggle been real. Dealing with setbacks is never easy but self-care and mindset shifts can go a long way.
Having a proper bike fit is really important not only for comfort but for power and efficiency. It can make the difference between truly loving/enjoying the ride and suffering through it. Not to mention, the more efficient you ride the faster you go and less injury prone you will be!
Recently, I had a professional bike fit and thought I would share my experience in for any relatively new riders out there who may benefit.