Natasha Hastings on Training Learned From Career Firsts

 

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Natasha Hastings on Lessons Learned From Career Firsts. by Erica Schuckies. December 12, 2017. No Comments.

Natasha Hastings was born into running, but some might say she was born to run. Growing up with a mother and father who both ran track and spent numerous days at the track, Hastings easily found her way to the sport. But she didn’t just run; she dominated. Natasha Hastings knew she wanted to start a family with fiancé William Gay one day — but by “one day” she meant down the line, hopefully after having retired from her athletic career.. The.

In both the phase of her career and the stage in her life, Natasha Hastings has reached the point at which time is an adversary. For a sprinter, even a two-time Olympic gold medalist, entering. In the first five months, Hastings, who also has a cosmetic and beauty line called 400M Diva and is founder of the Natasha Hastings Foundation (which advocates for girls and women in sport), says the biggest discovery is that she can’t be perfect at all things, all the time—and that’s okay. That unexpected lesson has been critical to her.

It’s been 18 months since our community manager Natasha kick-started her career change. While she’s loving where she’s reached, it’s also been an up-and-down journey to get there. Here, she shares the honest lessons from her shift. Dear Careershifters, I’m writing this to you barefoot on the beach, on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Natasha Hastings knew she wanted to start a family with fiancé William Gay one day — but by “one day” she meant down the line, hopefully after having retired from her athletic career.

Natasha Hastings on Lessons Learned From Career Firsts | Fitness | MyFitnessPal Natasha Hastings was born into running, but some might say she was born to run. Growing up with a mother and father who both ran track and spent. Career. Hastings began her track career at a very early age and made a first place win at the USATF Junior Olympics in the 400 metres in the Youth Girls division. She attended A. Philip Randolph Campus High School in Harlem, New York, where she was able to take her track and field interest to a more competitive level..

Hastings attended the University of South Carolina to work under Curtis Frye. 1.) Careers do not come with instructions. The Top 20 Lessons I’ve Learned in My Career Published on April 12, 2015 April 12, 2015 • 1,503 Likes • 273 Comments.

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  • This is so awesome! Thank you!! This has a lot of great information. I’d done some research online and put together my own training plan and it’s good to hear that it’s basically what she does, too.

  • Keep everything forward — so appropriate to this season you’re in. Eyes on you Tash. “Mash dem up!” Kind concerned about those deep bouncing squats after the run throughs….knee and all.

  • Another solid video. Thanks for sharing. As I sit here pondering life, you really do accomplish a lot in 24 hours. Even while competing, you managed to post some videos. So, wiith one more round to go, I wish you nothing but the best. Go out there and win it!

  • 6×500!!!! This is a workout for a miler I see absolutely nun a 400m runner wud get outa dis workout even if you were a 400/800 specialist I rather see a workout consist of a mile & half run at 72-75 sec 400yard pace with a last 200yards (of the mile&half) at 85-95% effort I’m sayn yards cus it can be and shud be done on grass you will benefit more from it than 6×500s forsho

  • I came here from the link in Tashas video: What would be GREAT is if you, Kim, raced Tasha in 400m race, and you, Tasha, raced Kim on a bike ride. Just to see what it’s like in each others sport.

  • Good to see the rigors that an athlete must perform to achieve greatness. To be the best you must train hard and smart. Thank you for the video

  • I also enjoy the fact that you don’t need any makeup but when you do use it, you do it just right. I really respect your vlog. It’s done right, and I actively follow you on Instagram. Hell, I joined Instagram just to support you. Jackie Joiner-Kersey, Flo-jo, Gal Devers, and Gwen Torrence are some of my all-time favorites just so you have a reference for me as a fan. Respect!

  • You go, Girl! You’re one of my favorites because of your genuine, authentic and honest delivery. I enjoy the back and forth between you and your family. I enjoy the chemistry between you and your guest also. I can’t wait to see how things unfold for you post-career. But in the meanwhile, keep competing hard! Wishing you a great recovery!

  • Loved it!!..Natasha, I appreciate how you find time to edit and post theses kind of vlogs for us…I will always be a fan of yours❤

  • Do ya thing in Sacramento. You’re ready to dominate! I see you around my old stomping grounds. That used to be my Target and Jason’s when I lived in P-ville.

  • i got a chance to meet this person in australia and i must say, she is so rude. she ignored the other athletes and run down another country while running in that country, she is fake

  • This video was great ����. It was very interesting getting to see what your everyday life is like�� keep it up Natasha!!!! Go luck in London btw ����