The Psychology of distance running
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Brodie starts part 1 of 3 reviewing a new book titled: The science & practice of middle and long distance running. We break down chapter 5 titled the psychology of distance running before interviewing the editor next month. This episode covers the evidence surrounding the use of psychological strategies to help running performance. The psychological effects on performance can be explained by how we think, how we feel and subsequently, how we behave. 
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