Category Archives: sports psychology

Sports Psychology and The Running Streak – Are We Addicted?

I appreciate that most of you have stumbled onto this blog by a freak accident of Google, but if you have managed to read more than one post you might be aware that I’ve been streaking….no not that kind, the … Continue reading

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The London Marathon Ballot – One Month To Go

In one month’s time runners across the world will be checking their mail for that infamous red sleeved magazine to see if getting up at 5 in the morning to enter the London Marathon Ballot was worth it. Last year … Continue reading

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Running Psychology

As a runner we know that our mind is our biggest enemy. It never our legs that give in first, they do as they are told.  Unfortunately it is always easier to stop, to stay on the sofa and eat … Continue reading

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