Every single workout I ever do, I always try and make more difficult than my last. I don’t make excuses, I don’t stop when it starts to hurt, I push past my pain barriers, both physically and mentally and break my muscles down to the point where I can’t even do another rep.
The harder you train, the more food you can eat and the more your muscles will grow.
You need to learn to love the pain, it is an amazing feeling
I'm constantly trying to get more women into cycling and it oftentimes proves difficult to convince women that it's a great sport. 😭 If there are any of ye reading this who are female cyclists it would be great to hear how you got into cycling and any tips you might have for those starting out on the bike. Similarly, if any of you are competing it would be fantastic to learn more about steps you took to get prepared for racing. Lastly, if you are interested in trying racing but don't know where to begin I'd like to know what your concerns are? If anyone else has thoughts on how to get more women into cycling and also competing let us know what you think. 🚴♀️💪