about the course you give your brain beforehand, the more accurately it can anticipate the challenges ahead to help you maintain your pace and effort.If the fatigue and pain feel like just too much, forget the whole distance ahead and just focus
Keith Power is a BASES (British Association of Sport and Exercises Sciences) accredited sport psychologist and managing director of sports psychology consultants A Different Mindset (www.adifferentmindset.com).A former international athlete and Great Britain bobsleigher, Keith is...
us more susceptible to UPS.You may be used to finding yourself weary and achy during and after periods of hard training, but UPS is much more than mere post-training tiredness. The deep fatigue you feel results in longer-term problems, which demand
’s most important is being alert to any aches, pains or fatigue. A good rule of thumb is to take one easy day for each mile of a race or hard training session. Another useful measure is to check your pulse as soon as you get up. If it’s 20 per cent higher
fitness at the beginning of your training, you can extend your preparation phase (base phase) beyond this time – but be careful not to stretch out the harder phases or you could risk injury and fatigue. Make sure you allow your body to recover by reducing
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