Keep a training log to nurture self-belief and prepare for race day
When you run, there is one guarantee: you’ll have triumphs and setbacks – and the latter can quash motivation.” Wise words from sports psychologist Paul Russell, but a decent training diary can make a big difference. It’s where you can commit to ambitions, plan out strategies and plant seeds of inspiration to see you through bad patches. Here’s what to include.
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