You know it when it starts happening — the dreaded moment in the middle of a training session or race when your body starts to say, “I’m done here, I’m packing it in,” and your mind follows with an, “Okay dude, you’re the boss. If that’s how you want it to end…”
That moment can shatter an athlete. You’re running along at your Boston qualifier pace and suddenly, when the body and mind merge in a negative union, you go from a winning pace to a demoralizing walk. You’re done. Toast. For many, this is the toughest part of an endurance event.
How do you train your mind to stay engaged even when your body starts to give up?
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