When I wrote Part 1 of this series, I talked rather vaguely about my needs for my training plan. I knew what I wanted from my training in broad strokes. I even talked about my “needs,” but again, those are all discussed in very broad terms.
The thing is, you can’t make a plan with that.
Don’t get me wrong, it helps to know where you’re going, otherwise, how will you know which direction to go?
So, it’s time to honestly assess my needs. This will not be fun in the least.
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