[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”10″]This positive running story is about Seattle runner Jenna Powers.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”10″]Self belief is not a factor that typically gets talked about a lot with running.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”10″]Willpower is a really really useful quality to have.
activacuity®, the first guided imagery app for athletes, has announced a partnership with the American Cancer Society.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text margin_bottom=”10″]Working as an endurance coach with athletes, or as a life coach with clients, one consistent challenge that people face is how to focus on what you do want.
This week we speak with Angelina Ramos, women’s cross-country/track & field distance and middle-distance coach for Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU). Angelina has been training a group of eighteen athletes since being hired by SVSU in 2015 to revive the women’s distance program. The team had just come off of a bad year: SVSU had […]
Lisa Marshall is an award-winning health and medical science journalist whose work has taken her to parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. An avid runner, she lives in the foothills west of Boulder with her husband and two children, and has completed a remarkable ten marathons to date. Here she reflects on her experiences […]
If you see it, you can do it. Elite athletes – from Billie Jean King to Muhammed Ali – have used visualization as part of their training for decades – picturing entire performances in their minds in vivid detail. But it’s not just the elites who can benefit from visualization; everyday runners, athletes, and even the casual fitness dabbler can […]
As athletes, we spend a ton of time training physically. It feels great, well most of the time, and we feel bad when we’re not training! We follow training programs to the letter, getting concerned if we have missed one session or workout, and wonder if this will impact our performance come race day. Ever […]