S.M.A.R.T. Goal Setting
(Originally published April 15, 2014)
Written by Nuno Costa

We are now three months into 2014 and like most people, you’ve probably set some goals for this year. Perhaps you have some great New Year’s Resolutions that you’re trying to stick to or maybe you recently participated our 2014 “Look Good, Feel Good Challenge”. We’ve posted ideas and suggestions on how to set goals in the past and I wanted to provide an additional method to help you create some goals and action steps around them.

This method is called S.M.A.R.T.

S.M.A.R.T. Goal Setting
(Originally published April 15, 2014)
Written by Nuno Costa

We are now three months into 2014 and like most people, you’ve probably set some goals for this year. Perhaps you have some great New Year’s Resolutions that you’re trying to stick to or maybe you recently participated our 2014 “Look Good, Feel Good Challenge”. We’ve posted ideas and suggestions on how to set goals in the past and I wanted to provide an additional method to help you create some goals and action steps around them.

This method is called S.M.A.R.T.

Invictus Endurance team member, Christopher Walden (center), at the Olympic Distance Ironman World Championship 2016.

Create a Vision for Your Event
Written by Nuno Costa

I have had the opportunity to coach a lot of athletes in their endurance endeavors and most agree that, generally, any race over 45 minutes or so becomes as much of a mental challenge as it is a physical challenge. One thing I have found that really helps my clients getting ready for their race/event is creating a vision statement for their race. Here’s how to do it for your next event.

Invictus Endurance team member, Christopher Walden (center), at the Olympic Distance Ironman World Championship 2016.

Create a Vision for Your Event
Written by Nuno Costa

I have had the opportunity to coach a lot of athletes in their endurance endeavors and most agree that, generally, any race over 45 minutes or so becomes as much of a mental challenge as it is a physical challenge. One thing I have found that really helps my clients getting ready for their race/event is creating a vision statement for their race. Here’s how to do it for your next event.

Today starts the next 11-Week Invictus Endurance Cycle. This online program gives you three workouts weekly to get you running faster and more efficiently, while increasing your endurance capacity – your ‘engine.’

Invictus Endurance will now have an active Facebook group for all subscribers. This is where you can ask questions directly to Coach Nuno Costa, and post videos or photos for form review.

Each training day will have options for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. So no matter what level you are at, you will be able to complete the training session.