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Is consistency the key to success?

Is CONSISTENCY the key to success? You bet it is! I’ve seen this in my training, my business and I have seen this in my athletes.


Athletes can achieve a high level of success simply by being more ambitious, natural talent, or just luckier than those who are not as successful HOWEVER what I have found to be true over the past 20 years is that there is one key factor that is more important than anything else and that comes in the form of consistency.

To be consistent means to fully engage with adherence to the same principles in a steadfast way and to stay fully engaged to the goal without DISTRACTION or CONTRADICTION.

To be consistent requires commitment. It requires you to commit yourself to a sustained effort of action over the long-term and let me just repeat that…OVER LONG-TERM!

If you are failing to hit the mark it does not mean that you don’t have what it takes, it just means you are not DOING what it takes consistently.

If your consistency is good and you are consistently engaged with the process, you can relax, you can have some fun and enjoy the process. However, you can easily undermine progress if you are not CONSISTENT. For example, if you do not see something through to the end because you are constantly switching and flipping from one training tool to another, one training plan to another or just simply hit and miss with your training.

Consistency is about repeating the same actions (both your habits and rituals) but not blindly being ignorant either… You must gain feedback from these actions and adjust accordingly to help you stay on track as you work towards your goals.

I discuss consistency in Shift #2 of my new training presentation. If you haven’t watched it yet, don’t forget to take a look and let me know what you think! 🙏Here’s the link to watch it now….  https://joinnow.live/s/K6l1vj

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High Performance Mountain Bike Coach

Donna Dall

My speciality is helping serious and recreational mountain bikers break through plateaus to attain higher levels of performance so that they can get fitter, faster, stronger and win more races!

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