We often go through life and our sport moving from event to event without doing intentional work around learning and growth. No matter the outcome of your experiences, there's always something to gain - if you take the time to look in the mirror and reflect. Through reflection, we become more process-oriented, feel more in control, and gain motivation and confidence to make changes. Ask yourself these questions to reflect on your year and determine how you'd like to move forward.
As a woman, what is something you've recently told yourself that you can't do? Whether it's running a certain distance, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, getting promoted at work, or managing the house, your family, and yourself all at once -- you can. It's important to address these beliefs in order to think more rationally, which promotes better emotions, mental flexibility, and improvements in well-being and performance. Here's how.
Marathons are all about respecting the distance - while learning proper form, creating a training plan, knowing techniques to stave off injury, and staying disciplined for months. Here are some tips to tackle 26.2!
We often talk to parents who need someone to help their child with the mental game, but they don't know where to begin or what questions to ask. Here's what parents should know about sport psychology and mental skills training.
One of the best ways to slow down and set yourself up to perform at your best is to check your mindset. Learn about fixed vs. growth mindsets and tips for building a mindset that helps you to be more motivated, empowered, and resilient.