Mindset plays a massive part in achieving your running goals. There is no two ways about it.
Time is irrelevant today, boys.
There are two kinds of setbacks; 1) those we can control and 2) those we can’t. It’s that simple.
Being able to recover from a setback is critical, not just in a race but in your running career.
On Croy Hill there is a peak call Mount Cookie. A couple of facts about Mount Cookie, 1) it is not a mountain and 2) it is not named after THE Cookie
Phil Maffetone says a “niggle can be defined as a twinge, ache, a noticeable feeling not quite right”.
But the occasional treat is ok, right? I call them almond croissants.
By approaching my experiences with a positive and curious manner, being willing to get it wrong, I grow all the time.
It’s at times like these I know that the pain is ephemeral, it is healthy. The trick is knowing just how much stimulus you can handle.
It’s like Johnny Cash singing a Nine Inch Nails song. How can something so wrong end up so right?
The thematic goal is the over-riding, top line aim. You can put anything you want in here. It can be for any time period ahead you wish
How many times have you skipped a session, didn’t stretch or ate the wrong thing as you got caught in the “futility factor”.
Racing is a funny word. What is it? One person’s race is another’s adventure.