- Consistency is the act of often showing up to train and rarely missing training sessions.
- Consistency goes beyond just showing up, it also flows into what you do in training once you show up.
- Consistency means training focused, hard and smart.
- You do what you need to do how you need to do it when you need to do it.
- It means you manage your energy well during the training sessions.
- Consistency means giving your all in training when that's what you're supposed to do.
- Consistency means setting high standards and striving to accomplish them, especially when you don't feel like it or when you're having an "off" day.
- Consistently splitting your practice swims correctly.
- Consistently being mentally tough.
- Consistently stepping up;
- Consistently redefining your limits;
- Consistently discovering what you are capable of;
- Consistently using proper form.
Friday, April 28, 2006
As heard on TRI-DRS (in reference to swimming, but it applies to a lot of training):