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The Harvel Five – My first ever running race. Did I do great? Nope. But I completed it!

The Harvel Five – My first ever running race. Did I do great? But I completed it!

The growth of the running populace in recent years is undeniable. According to Running USA’s latest State of the Sport Report, there were 8.3 million finishers in domestic 5K races in 2014, and that number is only expected to continue its upward trend. It’s no wonder when you consider the growing body of medical research …

What Happens to Your Body During a Run?

Preparing for the big race. #running #marathon #half-marathon

Prep for a half marathon Williams Hungerford just saw someone pin this. Its a great checklist of must haves! Besides water the body glide i think is a key item! Seriously a MUST HAVE (ill need this stuff when I do the Tough Mudder in Feb)

So You Want to Run Faster? These 3 Methods Will Help

Run Your Fastest Race Ever With These 3 Tips

Just do it  You need it,  Your nervoussystem needs it to relax and to do things with the toxic things your brain makes whenever in stress

Exercise will increase your ability to cope with stress as well as bring circulation to your brain for better cognitive thinking. It improves melatonin for healthy sleep patterns and helps fight degenerative diseases in the spine.

It's not even cross country season & I'm getting nervous about my upcoming races...

15 Easy Ways to Beat Anxiety Now

You know the half marathon is my sweet spot right? Just enough time to warm up my legs, not so long my brain can interfere! Over the years I’ve dropped my time, but a new PR is on my goal list and so

How to Take 10 Minutes Off Your Half Marathon Time (Run to the Finish)

Training mentally is just as important as training physically before a big race.

Training mentally is just as important as training physically before a big race. ~it's all mental strength really

Mental Tips for a Successful Race - A runner's brain plays nearly as big a role in a successful race as the rest of their body. Here are some ways to keep focused and positive during a marathon or other race.

Running Mentally Strong

The Runner's Brain - How to Think Your Way to Being a Better Runner. Boston Marathon psychologist Dr. Jeff Brown wrote the Runner’s World book “The Runner’s Brain,” to teach you how to train your *brain* to run better and deal better with issues like hitting the wall, self-doubt, pre-race jitters and post-race blues. Check out more tips from the author on the importance of goal setting, visualization and tips for success. | run chat | running | goals | training | fitness |

The Runner's Brain - How to Think Your Way to Being a Better Runner

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