I can listen over and over again. Chris McCormack tells a great story, and his energy, enthusiasm, excitement and style is captured by the narrator.
I would recommend the book to anyone who wants to be successful in life. Great book for those who are in sport or business. Very motivational, easy to read and entertaining!
Really appreciated the real life insight into what goes on during an Ironman event. Macca made you feel like you were there with some of the descriptions he goes into.
I'd only listened to It's All About The Bike (on Lance Armstron and which I loved) and this audiobook set me down the path to having now consumed pretty much everything I could find on Audible on endurance sports and triathlon. Great listen while running or biking. One of the things that set me down the path to completing my first triathlon with designs on many more. Thanks, Macca!
Winning Triathlete's Story
I learned some great mental toughness tips for training
I really enjoyed this book and like Chris much more now than I did before I listened to his story. I feel like I understand his method more now and really admire his abilities and determination.
Champions think different
Macca's general approach to training and racing
When he confronted the germans at the after party
Listen and trust your self and your way
Brilliant and Spot On
Strategic approach to triathlon
The Austrailian accent and sense of humor
Absolutely. It was good to hear a success story from someone who has personally applicable racing issues.
Leave your bias at the door. Macca's attitude and persona simply reflect a guy with focus, intent, and passioniate. The guy gets a bad rep for saying what most are too insecure to. It's not disrespect; it's brutal honesty. Respect that.
Yes. Explores the mindset and psychology of triathlon - how to train smarter not necessarily harder.
Macca. Inspiring & dedicated.
No. Needs to be reflected on.
I love to make my mind think anew! For every book I read, my world grows. Maybe I need a bigger world, bigger then the one we have today?
There are many skills that can be used in everyday life as well as in sports. But the most interesting thing is the view into a winning mindset and how Chris changes and adapts to keep peak performing.
Chris was the MAN! Because he accepts his shortcomings, uses them to his advantage and keep learning to KEEP peak performing!
How he adapts and overcome his limitations to win his big race in 2010.
There is not a part in the book that moved me but, the way he thinks - moves me!
A great book for professional athletes or anyone doing sports and wants to better them self. A good roll model of how to accept oneself and learn and develop.