Tag: Goal Setting
Today we’re bringing you a year-end Shakeout Special. We revisit an episode from last year in which former Canadian Running web editor Sinead Mulhern chats with sports psychologist Kim Dawson about realistic goal setting. […]
So your goal race didn’t go so well. OK, it went terribly. How do you give yourself a picker upper so you can move on already?
We talk to Speed River’s sports psychologist about setting and sticking to running-related goals and resolutions.
A new calendar year is just around the corner. As we march towards January 1st, make sure you’re choosing that new year’s resolution wisely…
In what may be the largest ever psychological study on the effectiveness of multiple types of motivation, self-talk and imagery were by far the most effective forms.
One of Canadian Running’s newest bloggers, Thomas Toth, writes about living life as a sub-elite distance runner in search of a big breakthrough.
What was your New Year’s resolution? We’re slightly over a month into 2016 now so if you’re the type to set new goals before ringing in the New Year on Jan. 1, one month […]
Want to become a better runner in 2016? Improving often involves getting out of your comfort zone. Sometimes you have to be willing to leaves your safe little bubble in order to meet your […]