Today is the Day

Each day dawns fresh and new, unmarred by errors, slips, or gaffes. For some reason, however, we tend to bring our past failures and worries with us into the landscape of each new day. Why must we always trip over the stone that's behind us? 

Every resolution begins with good intentions. The problem is that there is so much information available to us that we've become a society of pseudo-experts. If I'm sick, for example, I can go online, read a couple of articles, and attempt to diagnose and treat myself. If it were that simple, of course, doctors wouldn’t have to spend so many years in medical school.  

Unfortunately, that’s how many of us approach lifestyle changes. We set a goal, read a few articles, and away we go. We may be more educated than we were before, but have we really learned enough to reach our destination? 

Often, we learn just enough to set us back. 

If you want to change, get serious about your goals. If you want to learn to dance, find someone who has built a career in dance. If you want to play piano, sign up for lessons with an experienced teacher. If you want to be fitter, faster, healthier—or all of the above—then seek out guidance from professional coaches and fitness experts. 

Fleet Feet offers both individual and group coaching and training options. From foam rolling and functional strength classes to marathon training and speedwork, Fleet Feet’s experts have years of experience and are devoted to helping you meet reach success. 

You can do this. Make the most of this day. We’re there for you, every step of the way.

Tim CaryTim Cary is Fleet Feet's Assistant Training Manager and coach of the Fleet Feet-sponsored Runnababez Elite team.  Over his more than two decades of coaching, Tim has coached athletes to three national team championships, five national individual championships, two national records, and numerous All-American and All-State honors.  Click here to receive Tim's weekly article via email.

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