I have tried to goal set over the two and half years but really my only goal should have been getting back into agility.
Now however I have been back for 4 months. Time to kick my sorry ask me now more questions self into gear and figure out a plan. So from now to regionals (ish):
Brody – the BIG debate still raging in my head is go for ATCH or not….
the masters gambles will be very very hard for my steady velcro freddy … if I want to do them I’d better get started on them seriously soon ….
other goals for Brody- AAC – snookers title … with one to go I know that will happen
participate in regionals (location dependant) and perhaps qualify for nationals ( points # dependant) – Or maybe I should just express that as earn 350 + points at regionals …
CPE – finish all level 3 titles (1 standard, 1 colours, 1 fullhouse, 2 wild card and 3 jackpot to go- dunno about jumpers …missed that class somehow in my counting) and see where we get … CPE trials are done til feb at the earliest so we may not quite this knocked off but we should be able to make a good start
Thea – AAC – advanced jumpers earn another 2 qs and be in mastees jumpers – HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA (better work on chute too then) – think about regionals
play in snookers and gamblers and see where we get
CPE – earn 300 more points towards our level one points title (the very most any class can earn is 25 points – and many are 20) so thats at LEAST 12 classes
overall – chute, teeter, weave training – get those skill sets in place 🙂
Sally – AAC – earn starters game title (2 snookers, one gamble to go); start playing in standard classes; work on advanced game title
CPE – earn all level 2 games titles, earn level one standard title
overall – get an aframe I’m happy with and maintain criteria across the board
My goals – maintain my training, maintain my attitude towards trialling as a stepping stone to what I want – as someone emailed me today – don’t get sucked in by the mighty Q god ..
My q rate has been pretty high over the last 4 months – both collectively and individually but that wasn’t my goal .. it’s a lovely side result of the work we’ve invested in agility- I need to accept that it probably won’t always stay that high depending on who I’m running where and for what purpose.