Tips to being a more confident you
Belle Lap has compiled a list of some simple ways to have a happier and more fulfilling outlook on life. Self love can be a tough cookie to crack especially in a competitive sport, wearing minimal clothing and being directly compared to your competitors. We believe that with the right positive outlook and by being kind your mind and body that you can be the best version of yourself.
Justine Fédronic is professional athlete with a 2:00.41 PR in the 800m, representing Nike, The Beasts Track Club, EFCVO and the French National Team. Up on the blog she shares a very personal insight into the highs and lows of her career. The Stanford Graduate writes about coping mechanisms through the hard times and the methods she has learned that allow for adaption, growth, and overcoming the frustration of injury. Justine has evolved from the process a happier and healthier person. Gaining a positive perspective and a grateful heart
– An amazing read showing how strong the mind and body can really be.
This week we catch up with New York raised Nicole Blood. Find out about her journey transitioning from stand out distance runner at the University of Oregon to landing an awesome job at the Nike HQ.
Brenda is USA’s first ever female 800m runner to receive a medal at the World Outdoor Championships. She graduated UC Riverside as a nationally credentialed student-athlete and now runs professionally for Team New Balance and is the President of Big Bear Track Club. Belle Lap shares her personal journey to success.
Roll Recovery, based in Boulder,CO have made the generous offer to ‘PAY ALL ATHLETES ENTRY FEES FOR 2016 U.S. OLYMPIC MARATHON TRIALS’
Saucony marathon runner and founder of Fuel your Future, Tina Muir shares her experience with running obsession and over-training throughout her college career. Tina tells us the honest truths about her training mentality, one that a large pool of runners can relate to. Many of us are very aware that running can be addictive in a positive way, but when it takes control of your life and your mind you can risk injury and your health. Finding a balance is key to long term gains and mental wellbeing.
Bridget Franek is a Penn State grad, Olympian Steeplechaser and represents Team Run Eugene / Brooks Running. Bridget shares her college and professional experience on how to listen to your body and why it is so important.