Tag: sport psychology
What you do during the hours you’re not running can make you a better runner.
Wilfrid Laurier University professor Kim Dawson shares her experiences with Speed River athletes and provides mental skills for runners
Will a fake-it-till-you-make-it smile make you run better? One study thinks so
If insomnia has been invading your nights, consider these tips from a sleep expert who helps Olympians get some shut eye
There are also a number of simple mental tricks and psychological tools that are proven to be effective in giving you a head start on the competition.
We talk to Speed River’s sports psychologist about setting and sticking to running-related goals and resolutions.
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 […]
What do you think about when you’re racing? (besides the finish, of course.) Is it how you’re holding you arms? How heavily you’re breathing? Or is it what you’ll have for dinner? The two most […]