Discipline. I look at discipline as ones ability to choose to do something / act a certain way or behave in a certain manner in accordance with your own set of established beliefs or rules! "Training to act in accordance with rules". Consistency. "Constantly adhering to the same principles". I believe this means turning up … Continue reading #disciplinedconsistency
May was a make or break month for me, with my next race in early June, it simply had to be a good solid month. The focus was disciplined consistency. I am now inside the final two weeks to Cairns Ironman (Ironman number 2 for 2017 & number 4 total) and am very excited to … Continue reading Review & reflect – May
This week I had a birthday! It's just like any other birthday and really almost the same as any other day of the year. But this year I ended my 4th decade and started my 5th decade on this planet, yes that's right I turned 40. It is nothing more than a number used to … Continue reading Age is just a number!
So before I launch into my plan for 2017, let's have a quick review of 2016. So according to my diary I have cycled 7915.6km, run 1266.4km and swam 146.0km, far exceeding my goals set at the start of the year! A quick couple of notes about the above stats, the green rectangles are areas … Continue reading 2016 Review…… 2017 Plan
So December was all about consistency and just banking the time required! It started slow with a few early Christmas commitments and parties, as is always traditional this time of year. However as the month rolled & holidays arrived I settled into a solid routine and got it done! So lets grab a coffee and stop … Continue reading December Review & Reflect
So today, New Years Eve, I rode for the 8th time between Christmas & New Year's Eve and banked just over 512km in 8 days! Strava challenges - 2016 Rapha festive 500 - Official Results So here's a quick break down on the rides: Christmas Eve 24th December - 2 rides either side of a … Continue reading Rapha Festive 500 Challenge
So that's a wrap, my first Challenge race and my first race in Shepparton, my home town! Before I get into the data and run down of the event I need to thank an amazing group of people who braved appalling conditions to watch me compete, was a very humbling experience! So here goes (hope … Continue reading Race review – Challenge Shepparton
I am a multiple ironman finisher. I have achieved my goal of being an ironman finisher training on average 10 hours per week, all while managing a company, supporting my family of three children and an supporting my amazing wife. I am a husband to my amazing wife Mel and father of 3 gorgeous (I … Continue reading Who am I (family maketh the man):