If you are considering a jump to a more competitive involvement in triathlon, some changes may need to happen in your psyche and your life. Before you dive in, consider these factors.
Before you turn the page on this season, make sure you've written the full story. These 10 questions can help you wrap up this year and gear up for next.
Actively breathing as a way to trigger physiological and psychological responses can prepare you to perform your best.
Start by practicing your mental routines in the gym, until you get them down. Here's how.
By letting go of expectations and focusing on process, you can achieve more.
What works best for you before a race—aggressive, calm, or clear?
Don't let frustration lead to anger lead to defeat.
Being able to control your intensity level through swim, bike, run, and race will help you perform to your potential.
Yes, finishing an Ironman can be amazing—but there are also downsides. Should you take it on?
Get ready for obsession!
By using positive self-talk, you’ll be your own best ally.
It’s easy to say that you want to be a successful triathlete. It is much more difficult to actually make it happen.
How to cultivate consistency in life, training, and triathlon.
Mental preparation is as important as physical and technical training for triathletes to gain a competitive edge.
Take this simple assessment to measure your mental strengths and weaknesses related to your endurance sports participation.
Dr. Jim Taylor describes the physical and mental challenges of returning to racing during these strange times.
Pain can be a performance ally if you take steps to manage your perspective on it.
Don’t make the mistake of neglecting the mental side of triathlon training.
How to manage your emotions and respond positively to the global pandemic.
Frustrated by lost training time caused by the COVID-19 crisis? Add mental imagery to your training toolbox and be better prepared for racing to resume.
How can you use the COVID-19 crisis to become a better triathlete (and person)?