As you know, running is both a physical and a mental activity. The heart is only so strong without the brain! So you need mental training just as much as physical.
There are millions of articles and podcasts out there on the physical part. But how do you improve your mental strength to reach your full potential?
I created the Mental Training Podcast Series to answer this question.
Inside you’ll find 6 episodes interviewing renowned experts on mental training. Each episode focuses on a different aspect of mental training to strengthen every aspect of your running.
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This series includes:
5+ hours of audio content
Interviews with experts in the mental aspects of running
Listen on the go, in your car, or on your run!
6 episodes packed with mental training advice
Each episode will give you different mental running strategies
Easy to navigate and find the information you need
Mental training for runners guide
Detailed, easy-to-use guide with bullet points from interviews
Additional resources and useful product discounts
Your questions the Mental Training Series will answer:
Mental toughness for runners
What exercises can help my mental approach to running?
Why is it not as simple as just getting more mentally tough?
How do I know when I’m at my maximum physically as opposed to mentally?
How do I turn a bad workout or race into a good one?
How do I avoid putting too much pressure on myself?
What do I do if I’m experiencing negative thoughts?
How do I get rid of pre-race nerves?
How do I get over a DNF or bad race?
Balance in running
How do I find balance in my running?
What does it mean to “listen to your body”?
I’m not hippy or meditative – will any of this help me?
How do I stop being a pessimist and become an optimist?
Social expectations on runners
Why am I so concerned with what other people think of me and my running?
How does social media affect my mental training?
Why do other runners seem so much tougher than me?
How do I focus on doing my best instead of comparing myself to others?
How do I set proper goals for myself?
Why is focusing too hard on a goal a bad thing?
What problems do most runners face when it comes to goals?
Featuring these mental training experts:
Dr. Simon Marshall