Part 2 follow up from our June Podcast on the Power and Impact of Anniversary Reflection:
Megan has been working with many school sports teams on mindset preparation. Today we dig into the swimming team(s) and much more. She talks to our audience regularly, about many high-value topics such as health, fitness, mindset, and Sports Psychology. Specializing as a Sports Psychologist, Megan brings a wealth of mindset psychology and a whole lot more to our show. Listen in while we catch up with Dr. Megan Cannon Ph.D.!
Today’s shorter podcast is Part II of our theme from June, for July. We dig deeper into the understanding benefits to celebrate your anniversaries. We recorded both episodes back to back, live, at F13 Performance surrounded by the #SYRArmy.
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On This Episode You Will Hear:
[spp-timestamp time=\"00:30\"] Introduction
[spp-timestamp time=\"02:00\"] Five year anniversary of SYR CrossFit, now F13 Performance.
[spp-timestamp time=\"04:00\"] Coming up on almost three years of the podcast as an anniversary reflection.
[spp-timestamp time=\"05:00\"] I did a Facebook Live the other day to celebrate that my Fuel Foundations non-profit was approved.
[spp-timestamp time=\"11:35\"] New anniversaries like Scott\'s collapsed lung and now his wedding.
[spp-timestamp time=\"12:37\"] Fourth to the fifth anniversary of Dr. Megan working with the swim program of Emmaus High School.
[spp-timestamp time=\"13:00\"] A reflection on Dr. Megan\'s third year in the Poconos for a Summer Camp Run.
[spp-timestamp time=\"22:00\"] Fat-adapted training celebrations and reflection by Scott.
[spp-timestamp time=\"28:00\"] Being aware of reminding ourselves to pause and celebrate these anniversaries and look back. Where was your training two years ago vs your awareness of that today? You might not call it an anniversary, but rather call it a reflection.
[spp-timestamp time=\"30:57\"] Final Words
Final Thoughts are, give yourself a permission to pause and that\'s not just in looking back and goalsetting you know. Obviously, a really big part of what we\'ve been talking about is to also give yourself a chance to pause and just slow down. Recognize the influence of culture and our particular culture that pushes. Look at how much your self-worth linked to what you\'re doing in a day. It\'s okay to pause, it\'s okay to go to the beach, it\'s okay to take time to not only look back but to just give yourself time to rejuvenate, refresh, and slow down. This is so you can sustain being productive, or sustain your work, or sustain your level of whatever type of productivity longer.