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New Year Goals!

Maybe we are tired of the age old new years resolutions. The gym goers that start out keen at the beginning of the year and statistically most people fail to stick to them past February. At Girls Get Strong Cycling we really want more women to take up cycling and get stronger on their bike in 2022!

Why set yourself New Year's Resolutions

  • The New Year is a great time to forget all the struggles and mistakes of the past and start with a fresh outlook.

  • There is nothing from stopping us from making changes any time of year, but the New Year is a great time to wipe the slate clean and achieve even more for the year ahead.

  • Have a vision of the cyclist you want to be, what events do you want to enter this year, what hills do you want to tackle.

  • Things get old and dated, we can get stuck in a routine than no longer holds it's purpose. So it's a good time to review what is working for us and embrace change if it's necessary.

What you can do to stick to your goals

  • Don't think of your resolutions as an instant life style change, rather than something to work towards

  • Imagine that vision and keep working towards it, you may have failures along the way, but just learn from it, don't let it deter you.

  • Set your big goals and then smaller goals of how to get there. Otherwise you can get left overwhelmed

  • Take the support you need

  • If it ain't broke don't fix it! You don't need to reinvent your self each year, just build on what you have.

Above all believe in yourself and keep that vision alive!

To talk with us about your cycling goals Book a Free Discovery Call

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Hi Elspeth, one of my main goals for this year is to cycle the Vanilla Route, from Andratx to Pollenca on the 7/5/22…… a tad daunting, but I’m going to train as you taught me to. So I am confident that I will succeed. Also, a smaller goal is to cycle 65 miles on my 65th birthday, in February, or as near to the date as the British weather will allow. As for many people the last 6 months have been awful, but, New Year, fresh start and thanks to your help I’ll be back!! Happy New Year and safe cycling to you xx

Sue Whaites

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