How I set my goals…Sep 06th 2019
I know some people are worried they don’t have the time to get out on the bike. My advice on goals setting for Revolution is plan to a little each time, but do it often. I always say make plans, not excuses. A plan or goal is a positive intention and then all you have to do is execute on the plan. Go on, you can make the time if you are motivated!
Hi, I’m Gabriel and my journey starts here…Aug 19th 2019
Hiya, i'm Gabriel, I am a Revolution x Jigsaw captain and I live in Clairnbridge in Galway. What excites me most about Revolution is the interaction with other people especially the ones that are a bit scared about not being able to do or up to the Challenge. Like most people I Got my first bike for Christmas when I was 12 and I was made up. It was for me the best thing I could have gotten. The first bike I bought was an MBK racer over 25 years ago and I still have it. Planning on restoring it at some point! I got back into cycling as an adult when a very good friend of mine convinced me to get back cycling to boost my overall health, and I haven’t looked back since. I am so honored and delighted to be a Revolution x Jigsaw captain and if you are thinking of taking on a Revolution challenge, just do it. No matter how hard you think it could be, you are doing it to support young people’s mental health and no pain on a bike can compare to the torture a young person feels when they are suffering with their mental health and think they are all alone. Do it for them, challenge yourself and you will learn and grow from achieving your goal. Main thing is don’t try too much at once. Start with small manageable distances and gradually increase them and then allow yourself to feel proud for reaching those small gains. Don’t let anyone convince you you can’t do it. If your mind is determined to do it the body will follow. Join my team, take my challenge. Gabriel
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