Caitlyn Pilkington writes about three changes she made in her running life that gave her a new perspective.
To consistently run well, it's critical that you have an unwavering belief in your fitness and your race plan.
Three easy steps for getting over a poor performance.
Whether you had a good race, bad day or mediocre performance, be smart about bouncing back after racing 26.2.
If you’re running, you’re training your mind as well as your body. Remember that.
Learn how to get over your mental racing hurdles.
Learn how to identify the issue and take the right steps to get back on track.
A recent study by Samuele Marcora suggests this might be the case.
If utilized correctly, visualization can become quite powerful in getting the very most out of yourself.