Reacting to my kiddo's meltdowns only made them worse. Here's what happened when I learned to respond instead.
Runners set big goals and often those dreams don’t come true. It happens to everybody—even Olympians and Olympic hopefuls.
Olympian Tianna Bartoletta on Simone Biles, Elite Athletes, and Why Mental Health is More Important Than Gold Medals
Three-time Olympic gold medalist long jumper and sprinter knows something about rising to the occasion on the world's biggest stage. And she has a powerful message for fans and spectators.
We spoke with three sports psychologists about how to prioritize mental health alongside physical health.
Sometimes setting sights on new personal records is no longer realistic, for whatever reason. But if we’re not working toward something in our running, what’s the point?
We all have the moments (or weeks) where we don't want to run. Here are a few simple tricks to break out of that.
Your Brain on Running: A Deep Dive on the Latest Science and How to Become Smarter, Happier, and More Creative Through Running
The scientific reasons your training boosts your brain—and what you can do to take advantage of it.
Jenny Simpson's final race as a college runner was a fascinating example of how the mind can limit the body.
After training in Ethiopia, an elite marathoner starts to learn their success stems as much from how they approach running as from what they do in training.
Let things go to better reach your goals.
Being able to control your intensity level through swim, bike, run, and race will help you perform to your potential.
The “Funhouse Mirror” Test: How to Spot and Fix Distorted Thinking Patterns That Are Holding You Back
In the face of injuries or setbacks, experts say we can often fall into distorted thinking patterns. Asking yourself this one question can help you paint a more accurate reflection.
Labeling the exact feeling you have in a given moment— calling an emotion what it is—can be surprisingly powerful.
This research-backed drill can help you accept where you’re at and then take the next step forward.
The skills that allow you to adapt and endure during a race can get you through the challenge and unpredictability of the coronavirus pandemic.