Two professional coaches and one of America's top marathoners share their best advice.
Having a rough workout or two isn't the end of the world.
Don’t let an injury leave you wallowing. Get through it and let it prove just how tough you are.
There's a fine line between being confident and being arrogant.
If you’re running, you’re training your mind as well as your body. Remember that.
Being a "slow" runner is merely a state of mind. Don't let that affect your running.
Use these five tips to improve your mental toughness as a runner.
Use these tips to squash those fears and anxiety.
Follow these tips to stay focused and avoid checking out mid-race.