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Tag: Psychology

While you can’t change your proportion of muscle fibres, here’s what you can do to optimise your mileage. According to recent research published in the Journal of...
The silver linings from challenging moments     When the world decided to lock down and take a break for COVID-19, more people than ever took to...
Eating dinner earlier can help move the needle on your weight loss goals, but this may not work for everyone. With the increased popularity of...
And Deena Kastor. And Tatyana McFadden. And every other individual athlete, as opposed to a team. According to a recent study published in Journal of Personality and...
New research explores the connection between altruism, physical health, and psychological function. New research published in Psychological Bulletin set out to explore if performing acts of kindness...
Less exercise and more screens may lead to higher depressive symptoms, a preliminary study finds. A recent preprint study, published on Cambridge Open Engage, found that people...
These tips from the U.S. Olympic sports psychologist can be applied to runners at every level. Despite the stress and uncertainty that is affecting every...
Do not let all your hard work and preparation go down the drain.
If you’re looking for a first date with destiny, propose a run.  First dates often involve alcohol or popcorn (or, if you really want to...