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Published Author.Trilingual (English, German, Japanese) 2X Ironman Finisher (IMCDA & IMLT) Travelled 25 + Countries. Boston U. Alum. Also Fire Academy Grad. Doggie Lover!
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Coach Gerry's Main Speech Take-Aways. 1) The 3 Second Rule In a nutshell, the "3 Second Rule" is to NOT allow a negative thought to occupy your thoughts for any longer than 3 seconds. For once it does, THE "wolf" has got you. And it will grow bigger and bigger and will essentially EAT YOU up ALIVE from the inside. The 3 seconds will become 5 seconds will become 15 seconds will become 30 seconds and then the "negative" thought will have a deathly grip over you. Thoughts eventually snowball into.....a long, long day of racing. The mind can think of only ONE thing at a time. Not two things. So after 2 seconds, (before reaching 3 seconds) of negative self-talk, switch your mind to positive self-talk and your attitude and out-look and future will change. 2) The Do NOT DNF Rule (did not finish---a race.) Many people start races and for whatever reason they give up. In other words they "Did Not Finish." Of course in some races you must heed the body's "legitimate" ailments and avoid injuring yourself, however, many athletes DNF because they don't want to come in fourth or fifth in a race. Or the race is too hard. Or excuse, excuse, excuse. And Coach Gerry says that once you DNF in one race, you'll do it again in another race, and then again in another race. And after three times, it becomes a habit.