Tag: Sports Psychology
You’ve seen it before: someone who is competing extremely well and just can’t lose. This doesn’t happen accidentally. It’s the intersection of a lot mental and physical training
Don’t give up on your resolutions! How to write and rewrite smart and simple running goals.
When she got to the bottom of her panic attacks, it was a cue that she was suffering from ADHD. Two years later, she reveals the tactic that helped
Few of us will ever have the opportunity to actually compete in the Olympic Games, but that doesn’t mean we can harness the same mental tools and tricks that top athletes use to be the best.
Hard workouts, grueling long runs, hill repeats. All of these are likely to take a toll on your body and result in muscle pain and soreness. But your attitude about muscle pain could actually be making it feel worse.