Success in running requires mental toughness, and that requires focus.
Training, nutrition and gear tips for the days leading up to your big race.
Utilize your nervousness to galvanize your performances.
Use these three tips to get yourself back on track.
Imagery is an excellent mental strategy for shaping future athletic successes.
Be mindful of the deceptive paralysis that can take hold when you become intimidated by your increasingly faster paces.
Instead of letting them bring you down, use your pre-race butterflies to your advantage.
That nervous feeling in the days leading up to a race can be good, but it can also be detrimental.
Easy to follow guidelines to help you to the line of your first marathon.
Coach Jenny Hadfield, author of "Marathoning For Mortals", gives her expert advice.