Mark Cheng Recording Success and Failure – Record Training Experiences – Setbacks in Training
Champions log their training, everyone knows that. But how important is it to record our training experiences when our goals are less lofty? Here Mark Cheng walks us through his thinking on recording the successes and failures in training… and life.
“When you enjoy successes, you know what to replicate because now you can look back on that trail and say, “I did A, B and C correctly. That allowed me to achieve D.” When you hit those success points, you know what to record.” ~Mark Cheng
• Smaller Successes Need to be Appreciated (1:55)
• Four Points of Success (3:40)
• Look at the Setbacks (6:35)
• Adjusting to the Situation (9:00)
• Have a Plethora of Experience (14:25)
Mark Cheng, L.Ac., Ph.D., is the chief physician of the Chung-Hua Institute in Los Angeles. He has Masters and Doctorate degrees in Chinese medicine and acupuncture, and is a life-long martial arts practitioner. Mark is a Senior SFG kettlebell instructor and a faculty member of Functional Movement Systems, a TRX Sports Med certified instructor and a human performance consultant. You can stay in touch with his lecture schedule on his site at drmarkcheng.com.