Discover how to use one of your best assets - your mind - to greatest effect in your spring marathon
You may find it helpful to remind yourself why you’re running a race: to finish, to hit a certain time, to raise money for charity. When you are in the midst of the event, you can get overloaded and stressed by lots of things and forget why you chose to do the event in the first place.
Remember why you’re there and what you want out of it, so you can maximise your opportunities and not leave achieving your goal to chance.
Picture: Discover the aims of our spring marathon contenders (see left), from a PB to a first marathon.
is your brain a muscle????...or even your mind?
It probably is if you think it is.
*ponders the enormity of it all*
ah wow maaan, yeah Phil, I totally dig that!
Brain - my 2nd favourite organ.
This sport can ignite our brain to function properly and provide progressive ans strenght thinking.
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