Season Update: Training to Compete

I haven’t blogged about my season so far because, frankly, the results weren’t worth writing about. Had I been throwing personal bests, you’d be the first to know. Had my training gone in the crapper, I’d be dissecting it right here before your eyes. But instead I’ve been stuck in a middle ground: great training but bad meets.


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  1. […] but what made me happy was how my technique held up in competitions. At the start of the season I struggled to get my competition technique to make the progress I made in training. But in the last few meets, for perhaps the first time in my life, my competition technique is at a […]

  2. […] day after I threw my season’s best in Basel two weeks ago, I woke up with a spasm in my right glutes that turned into a more constant pain since. While I was […]

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