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Kym's InstagramRunning when you can’t really run… I’ve been doing 10min “runs” in my basement. Normally the weekly track run is my one quality workout a week. So many times this morning I thought about not going or about quitting. Instead I ran with a much slower pace group and I’m so glad I did!Don’t confuse years with forever or never.I feel like I’ve been shoveling nonstop for days ❄️❄️❄️😮💨💪🏽I loved shoveling at 9 months pregnant and I still do!
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Don’t Get Hurt – Six Ways to Prepare Your Body For Adventure
Check out the article I wrote for Garage Grown Gear! What can you do to prepare your body for adventure? 1️⃣ Build Gradually – Do something, but less is better than too much. 2️⃣ Train Specifically – Do or mimic the … Continue reading
Posted in Adventures, Enterprise, Fitness Tagged coaching, Garage Grown Gear, log your training, prepare for adventure, Training for adventure 1 Comment
3 Steps To Get Better
How do I get better? How do I set reasonable achievable goals? The easier and faster method would be to work one-on-one with a coach who can evaluate your history, current ability, discuss your desires along with your life situation, … Continue reading
Posted in Enterprise Tagged adventure goals, athletic goals, athletics, coaching, coaching philosophy, fitness goals, training tips Leave a comment
Pick One: Fast, Easy, or Cheap
Do you have a big goal in mind? You’re really fortunate if you can say: ✅ I’m able to be patient and work up to it as gradually as my body needs.✅ I’m ready to commit effort and time to … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged coaching, coaching philosophy, goal planning, goal setting 1 Comment
Six tips plus two reflections from the Endurance Coaching Summit
I’m learning stuff all the time. I got to get better at sharing it all with you all! A couple weeks ago I attended (virtually) the Endurance Coaching Summit hosted by Training Peaks. It was three days lots of internationally … Continue reading
Posted in Enterprise Tagged athletic education, coaching, coaching education, training tips Leave a comment
Use The Ladder
“If I can’t _______ then it’s not worth it.” Is one of the biggest pitfalls in sustaining a long athletic life. It could be a certain pace, distance, weight, or time. But the thought is that if it’s not a … Continue reading
Posted in Enterprise, Fitness Tagged athletics, coaching, fitness, goals, training, Type 2 Fun Leave a comment
Handstand Breakthrough & 4 Keys to Being Coached
It’s magical! Suddenly I’ve got a handstand! That I can control! That I can do again! Well, ok, it’s really not magical. Unless you count a ton of research, a bunch of handstand friends, 3 years of preparation, and 1 … Continue reading
Posted in Enterprise, Fitness Tagged being coached, coaching, handstands, progress 1 Comment
She Shoots! She Scores!
Client stories – guest post by Devon Anderson. I. Hate. Running. Well, I’m not sure I hate it, but I’ve never had what I think of as a “runner’s body.” Running has never come easy to me, which was made even … Continue reading
Posted in Enterprise, Fitness Tagged Client stories, coaching, running, triathlon lessons, Zest Ed 1 Comment
Four Lessons One Year In
It’s almost our one year anniversary from the launch of our dream business. It was quite the journey to get to the starting line. It was two agonizing years of what often felt like going nowhere getting nothing done (Things … Continue reading
Zest Ed Launched!
Holy mackerel! We did it. 24 days ago there were 15 days to our Launch Party. It was years in the making. And it actually happened! I got enough done. It’s no where near our long term dreams, but it’s … Continue reading
I’ve named my fear.
I have a stupid fear. It feels a little shameful. This really shouldn’t be a problem for me. See, I do triathlons that require me to train and race swimming in lakes. I teach a class on swimming in lakes … Continue reading
Posted in Fitness Tagged athletics, coaching, fears, fish, lake swimming, naming your fear, open water swimming, swimming, training, triathlon 4 Comments