Psychology of Peak Performance

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I have had the honor of spending time with Joseph Gray, top athlete on the US Mountain Running Team, national mountain running champion, and winner of countless other national and international accolades. The list is way to long to note

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Gabe Strong

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There’s “strong”….and then there’s Gabe Strong. Best wishes from the AthleteBiz community of athletes. My all-time fave of @gg_runs. I know she'll make her victory over cancer look at least this good, probably better❤️ pic.twitter.com/Y0EtUVq2pq — Heather Kampf (@HeatherRaeKampf) August

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Chelsea’s Chat: Confessions of a Runner

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as originally posted on Addaday Hi, my name is Chelsea and I’m a runner. Running is my passion. Running is my job. Running is my life. I’m obsessed with the idea of personal improvement through running. I fell in love

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 8, the Olympics

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Well, I for one was entertained. Probably the most memorable Olympics for me since Montreal 1976. Certainly the AthleteBiz connection was a major reason. But I was also able to see so much more of the coverage. The live TV

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Hello From Rio!

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as originally posted on WiscNews I’ve been in Rio for two weeks now and am three days post-competition. Here’s a mini recap of my Heptathlon. Stepping on the Olympic track for the very first time was a feeling I’ll never

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Running Eastern Europe

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechaser Training always requires flexibility, because as much as you plan, there are always unexpected obstacles, whether from internal or external structures.  Training while traveling demands even more patience.  The external conditions are more unpredictable

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Winning in Life

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Unexpected changes are part of life.  Last week I had to make changes when prior travel  arrangements unexpectedly were no longer viable.  Little did I know how positive this would be for myself….and perhaps many others.  I called a friend of mine

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Ripple Effect of the Post-Olympic Blues

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The last day of summer vacation has always been a trigger for me – a time of the year marked in the Southeast by a swelling symphony of cicadas that shakes the evening trees. When I hear the sound swell here in

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From Aspiring Olympian to Fan

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Brianna Glenn moved on a few years ago from being a terrific long jump/sprinter with NCAA and USA Nat’l champion titles on her athletic resume. Brianna now runs her own boutique travel agency called Milk and Honey Travels. She specializes

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Abbey D’s “Unhappy Triad”

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We asked two clinicians who have contributed injury insights as guest bloggers on AthleteBiz for their take on Abbey D’Agostino’s knee injury. Emily Kraus and Brian Fullem’s comments are combined below: Abbey’s knee injury is commonly referred to in the

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