This time of year folks are throwing around all sorts of resolutions…
I’m going to pump some serious iron this year.
I’m going to eat kale-wrapped wheat grass for breakfast everyday.
I’ll be a super-friend to everyone.
The unfortunate reality is that roughly 60-70% of those same well intended folks will fail for a variety of reasons. But, there are some ways to increase the likelihood of success, such as:
- publicly declaring your personal challenge
- making it a SMART (Specific-Measurable-Actionable-Realistic-Timely) goal
By doing so, success rates increase exponentially.
So, to start the year, our team invites you to join us in a cycling challenge, specifically mountain biking 100 dirt miles in 14 days (between January 7 and January 20). What’s more daunting, the mileage in the timeframe, the short days or the beautiful weather this time of year?