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Training for Back-to-Back Races
You just completed the race and maybe you are thinking that you could do another. Using the right strategy, this is an attainable task.
How To Stay Motivated After Your Race
Post-marathon blues is a common feeling a few days after a big race. These are very common feelings many runners go through after a race, but there are ways to get you back on track quickly.
The Power of Positive Thinking
Positive thinking can help you achieve so much more than thinking negatively. Here are some ways to help yourself think positively.
How to Stop Negative Thoughts When Running
Many people would agree that running is a physical activity. Mental training needs to be completed every time you train physically. Here are four easy ways to train your brain and kick the negative thoughts to the curb.
Motivation For Your Winter Runs
Winter running can be difficult and challenging. Here are a few ideas to help you stay motivated.
Use Your Social Connections to Gain Motivation
Feeling like you've hit your wall? Here are some ways to get motivated to run by using your social connections.
Mental Training Tips
Physical training is an integral part of training for a race, but successful mental training is just as important to crossing the finish line. Here are a few mental tricks you can try during your training and on race day to ensure a successful run.
Making a Comeback
In a perfect world while training, you would never get injured, never lose motivation, never gain weight and life would never get in the way. Here are a few ideas to help make your come back successful.
Learn how to set achievable, yet challenging goals that will help you succeed that much faster.
How to Conquer Your Long Run
The “long run” is an important part of your weekly training. However, long runs take a lot out of you mentally and physically. Proper preparation is the key to an enjoyable long run. Here are a few ideas that help you conquer your long runs.
Mind Over Marathon: Mental Strategies to Help You Cover the Distance
If it’s your first time running 3, 13 or 26 miles, it can be challenging both physically and mentally. Here are some mental strategies to help you cover the distance.
Running: It’s a Social Thing
When you run alone, your mind may start to get bored and you will want to stop running. When you run with a friend, significant other, or family member, you will feel more inclined to keep running.
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