We’re full speed ahead to London now and I’m working hard to ensure that all of my weaknesses are addressed even before the outdoor season begins for me on April 14th. Training has already shifted gears though and it feels good because outdoor track and field is when it’s time to really let things rip in my opinion.
When I first thought back on my indoor season though, I immediately believed that it wasn’t as successful as years past and from a results/distance standpoint, that is the case. However, it makes me feel good to look back and realize that I am faster and stronger at this point in the season than I ever have been before and that is in spite of not truly focusing on any sprinting so far this year and being in a different phase in our lifting than we were at this point last year. I also fouled some jumps this season in two early meets that would have had me very pleased. There’s no such thing as big fouls though, only big jumps…
The World Indoor Champs were a different issue entirely and I’ve left them in my rear view to say the least.
I’ll be ready my next time on the runway in competition and certainly when it counts, and the way I feel at this moment in training is very encouraging.