It’s been a while since I’ve shot out a blog post, do people even read blogs anymore?! Well, it does not matter because I’m here and I’m back- with the goal of being more consistent in either writing posts or posting podcasts. Last week I attended the Association of Applied Sport Psychology Annual Convention in … Continue reading AASP Conference Insights and Inspiration
Hi Beautiful People! It’s been a hot minute and I know I haven’t posted in a while but this is why…..I have finally decided to start a podcast, Gritty Genius! I’ve posted two episodes so far and I think it’ll only get better with time. In the first episode, I share my personal grit story … Continue reading Gritty Genius Podcast
From a close friend of Bruce Lee’s… Bruce had me up to three miles a day, really at a good pace. We’d run the three miles in twenty-one or twenty-two minutes. Just under eight minutes a mile [Note: when running on his own in 1968, Lee would get his time down to six-and-a-half minutes per … Continue reading A lesson from Bruce Lee
Happy Motivation Monday! I’m back with a quikie audio post on Mental Strategies Used by Successful Athletes. I’ve been M.I.A because most of my energy has been focused on my kiddo but also working towards my certification with the Association of Applied Sport Psychology! I’m so excited about it but it’s a lot of work (no … Continue reading Mental Strategies Used by Successful Athletes (Audio)
“The Psychology Behind Training For Your First Race” “Have you signed up for your FIRST RACE (or inspired by the @bostonmarathon to take on a new challenge?). Read our latest blog w/ Gloria Petruzzelli on the psychology behind the unknown. Our brains are pretty amazing and her tips will enhance your preparation.” LINK: http://blog.runtheedge.com/psychology-behind-training-for-your-first-race
Happy Friday Good People! After hearing about the last minute swim course change @ Oceanside 70.3 a few thoughts came up. Moreover, how do you handle change? With a last minute course changes at Oceanside 70.3 I can only image that there were many reactions (some helpful and some unhelpful) that athletes had to the … Continue reading Audioblog: OC 70.3 Swim & How Do You Handle Change?