Very cool realization this morning... AJ Baucco Coaching has not gone more than 7 days since Dec 1, 2017 without starting with a new client. That is 70 new clients in the past 6 months. Our coaches and our athletes are absolutely killing it this season.
Even cooler, we have barely had any clients leave in that time.
There is a reason for our growth. We take coaching Triathlon VERY seriously. Reach out today and start working with one of our world class coaches.
👊🏻🤘🏻Tu VS Tu 👊🏻🤘🏻
🔸No hay peor enemigo que el que tienes en tu cabeza, tampoco hay mejor aliado💪🏻💪🏻
🔸Empezamos una etapa muy dura de la preparación para el Ultraman del #Retomechonessolidarios cada día es mas difícil cuadrar horarios y el “no pasa nada ya lo hago” aparece cada 2x3 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️
🔸Seguimos paso a paso peleando por no cruzar la linea roja y hacer las cosas bien “no brain, no gainz”👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
🔸Where is the limit? No lo se, creo que tampoco quiero saberlo 😂😂
Seguimos avanzando 😜
I ❤️racing in my home town this morning.. after a pretty heavy training week I dragged my tired body round the course and came in 5th overall female, 2nd in AG with a smile on my face. Not sure where my bike legs were today, but my run made up for it #offthatcouchfitness#hythe#homeiswheretheheartis
Now the weather is getting hot and sunny I personally find running more enjoyable, but as I found out a week or so ago on a run it can make things uncomfortable and if you don’t prepare, can even be dangerous. Things to think about before going for a run in the heat: 1. Know the difference between the feeling of “can’t be bothered” and genuine fatigue. Listen to your body, it’s really good at telling you if you should be resting. Don’t feel guilty listening to it. 2. Plan your route: I ended up 5 miles out, exhausted, and realised I had at least 5 miles to get back. If you’re unsure how you’re going to react to running in the heat, keep your route local. 3. Take essentials: always take some money or a bank card with you on a longer run. I find carrying a water bottle annoying so I prefer to hydrate well before a run, but with the amount the heat will make you sweat, being able to call off at a shop if you’re struggling can be a life saver. (If you don’t mind carrying water, do it as well as a having money, win win). 4. Get the sun cream on: I’m definitely one of those people who assumes the British sun doesn’t really burn you like when you’re abroad...yeah yeah, it’s the same sun. It will burn you and make things seriously painful for you over the next few days. Main thing is to not overthink it, just follow the basic steps above and you will love it! .