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Believe in Yourself: The power of self belief

Believing that you can do something is vital to your success as an athlete. This essentially is a positive attitude about yourself, your training, and your racing. Additionally, self-belief or self trust is the ability to know your body and respond to it appropriately. You need to be able to trust the feedback you are …

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Process Goals in Depth

In my previous post on process goals, I spoke about having process related goals for every time you go out for a run, whether that is an easy day, a workout, or a race. You need to have goals that you are in control of that are not time related. Things like form cues or …

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How Running by Feel and Process Goals led to a silver medal

Frerichs at the USATF Outdoor Championships

In the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, Courtney Frerichs won the silver medal in the women’s steeplechase. She beat the world record holder and reigning Olympic champion as well as several other runners with PRs faster than hers. In reading about this race on flotrack, two things jumped out to me. The first was …

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