There are very few things I find more frustrating than what Dr. B calls ‘state zero”. I lied, nothing irks me more than competing in this state. State zero in this case refers to the state of my nervous system. My good and bad nervous system techniques can be virtually the same in competition, and my hammer will drop upwards of 10 meters in a bad state. It happens. It’s part of the natural flow of my nervous system. And thus obviously something we try to avoid in competition. So it’s unfortunate that this had to happen. But it did. I’m not ashamed of it. A little embarrassed, but not ashamed. But perhaps I should be more selective with my meet planning. *sigh*


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