What’s the best way to tackle a human powered adventure, either by bike, by foot or through water?
Learn how Ali Mahoney (Director of ithinksport) used a range of mental skills and strategies to tackle a 767 mile bike ride with a total climbing height of over 28,000 feet (almost the height of Everest), from Pontypridd in South Wales to Chamonix in the French Alps.
How do you keep riding long distances day after day without giving up? And how do you manage the negative self-talk that creeps in when the going gets tough?
Ali provides a useful and detailed insight into the mental strategies that she put into use from early training days through to the ride itself and the days and weeks afterwards. Based on a workshop that she presented at the Women’s Adventure Expo, this course goes into greater depth.
If you’re thinking of undertaking your own long-distance-human-powered-adventure either by bike, by foot or on water, then this course if for you.
|Cycleogical – Introduction||00:02:00|
|Cycleogical – Welcome||00:02:00|
|Dare to Dream||00:10:00|
|Positive Asset Search||00:10:00|
|Goals and Milestones||00:10:00|
|Coping with Adversity||00:10:00|
|Self Talk Awareness||00:10:00|
|The Ride Video||00:10:00|