If you missed my first post, you can read it here. I was selected to be a part of the Jeff Galloway blogger program! So, stay turned to my Facebook page & blog for tips and motivation from Jeff Galloway!
As always, you can check out Jeff Galloway’s tips and motivation on his page www.runinjuryfree.com.
When I was training for my first Marathon, I used the Run Walk Run method. I really felt that it helped me avoid the “exhaustion wall” because I knew it was an interval and it helped me focus and stay in the moment!
In researching my book MENTAL TRAINING I discovered that running turns on brain circuits for a better attitude more vitality and empowerment better than other activities studied – Jeff Galloway.
Yes. So much yes!
In college, I went to the gym a lot – I never seemed to lose weight (and keep it off) and I never got that “feel good” buzz from working out. Finding running was truly a game-changer for me.
How about you, does running improve your attitude more than just working out?