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My Best and Worst Moments in Movement

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Michael Sorrentino

on 7 May 2011

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Best Moment Worst Moment My Best and Worst Moments in Movement Ironman Lake Placid 2009 Swim- 2.4 miles Bike- 112 miles Run- 26.2 miles 2.4+112+26.2=140.6 Finishing the Ironman proved to me that I can do anything I set my mind to. It took countless hours of training and a complete neglect for my social life during my freshman year at SUNY Cortland Before I go into how the Ironman helped shape me, let me throw some knowledge at you PERCEIVED COMPETENCE
One's feelings of potential for success in meeting specific achievement demands COMPETENCE
Actual success in meeting specific achievement demands SELF-CONFIDENCE
The belief in one's ability to carry out a task SELF-ESTEEM
The value attached to one's self-description SELF-CONCEPT
The value-free description attached to oneself PERCEIVED COMPETENCE
One's feelings of potential for success in meeting specific achievement demands COMPETENCE
Actual success in meeting specific achievement demands SELF-CONFIDENCE
The belief in one's ability to carry out a task SELF-ESTEEM
The value attached to one's self-description SELF-CONCEPT
The value-free description attached to oneself A Hierarchical View of
Self-Concept Development "I can do this.
I've trained hard" "I did it!
I'm an Ironman!" "If I can do this,
I can do anything!" "I think so much
more of myself now" "How many other
people can say they
did an Ironman at 18?" Bike- 112 miles Swim- 2.4 miles Run- 26.2 miles Swim time-55:56
Place after swim-64th out of 2256 Bike time-6:59.43
Goal time-6:30
Place after bike-1103rd out of 2256 Run time-6:24.04
Goal time-5:00
Place after run-1594th out of 2256
Miles walked-18 out of 26.2 Amount of pain I was in on a scale of 1-10 >9000 The Ironman is both my best, and worst moment in movement because it shaped me into who I am today Benefits
-Made me a stronger person, physically and mentally
-Makes everything else seem easier
-Improved my self-esteem and self-confidence greatly
-I got an awesome tattoo out of it The downside
-Wasn't even close to my goal time
-Started off the race great, and finished horribly
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