At Girls Get Strong Cycling we don’t just believe that women can become strong cyclists. We like to take a holistic view and we want you to become stronger people. Here’s how achieving your cycling goals can help you become stronger and more resilient.
Personally, I am aware of the time I spend cycling each week, it takes up a lot of time. But I know it is time well invested as it acts as a catalyst for me to work harder in other areas of my life.
Time for Reflection
Cycling gives you time to yourself to be reflective. It will take you to your flow state. Read my previous post on ‘How Cycling can take you to a Flow State’, where you can focus and be creative.
You Can Improve Your Mindset
If you have goals in cycling, you can force your mind to work harder and push yourself beyond what you thought was once possible, to achieve them . Cycling is hard, but we keep on climbing those hills or entering those races and pushing ourselves to get better.
Consistency Pays Off
Chances are you enjoy cycling. If you manage to train on your bike consistently you will see that you make improvements and learn lessons along the way. This will give you the confidence to commit the distance in other areas of your life.
Confidence to Achieve More
Remember that ride that felt so hard? If you didn’t give up after that, I bet you can do that ride without even worrying about it now. We can change our limiting beliefs and take on more challenges in life.
Look out for future posts where I will be sharing client stories of how improving their cycling has helped them become stronger and more resilient people.
Share in the comments how cycling has helped you become a stronger person.
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