You like to run and like to compete in events like marathons, triathlons, and Obstacle Course Races (OCR).
And you work hard.
But you don’t always get the results you’d hoped for. You wonder what’s gone wrong. Laziness is not the issue. You put in the hours and log the miles.
You never quit. You always give your best. You push through pain.
You even get to the gym every once in a while because you’ve heard cross-training is a good thing.
You bring the same discipline to your training as you do to work. That’s why you’re such a success at work.
But you’d like to get faster at races. After all, you like to win — at everything.
In the end, it’s all about the numbers and beating the next guy.
But guess what? You are neglecting the most important thing: