About once a month I write a coaching column for Your 26.2, a coaching company that crafts customized training plans for runners of any experience level who looking to improve and PR on the road. This month I discussed the need for athletes to learn how to control the controllable variables in their training.
Far too often to runners feel that the success of their daily run or training is up to luck of the draw on the day, when in fact they have the ability to control the outcome. That’s right a good run does not just happen to you, rather you actively take steps in your training structure and your daily life to cultivate the opportunity for a good, solid training run.
How do I suggest you do this?
Read more on the full article on how to Control the Controllable here.