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  • Writer's pictureKen Lubin

Why I Train In The Rain

Why I Train In The Rain

Because it sucks!

Most athletes don’t like to train in the rain, being wet isn’t any fun. You get cold, chafe easily and admit it, wet clothes and shoes are the worst.

When you get over the fact that you are wet and realize that once you are wet and get moving you get warm quick, you are already winning!

Because your competition isn’t doing it.

They find excuses, take the day off, or at best give a minimal effort. If you embrace it, realize that it is making you stronger, tougher and more resilient, you will kick their asses once race day comes.

I am a big fan of training when it sucks the most, in the cold, rain, heat or snow, it makes you tough, it gives you a winning mindset and once race day comes, you will be ready for anything.

If you want to take the next step in business, life and sport embrace the hard, do the job that sucks, and train in the rain, in the end this will separate you from the pack!


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3 days ago

You're right; rainy weather can completely refresh a person. I also love rainy weather, especially when it's slightly overcast in the evening, with the faint scent of wet earth and gentle rain. I remember vividly when I was at university, it rained, and I enjoyed it so much that I ended up getting sick. Because of that, I had to hire someone to take my online class. But rainy weather has its unique charm.

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