A growth mindset is believing you can do and achieve more if you put in the time, work and effort. A growth mindset thrives on challenge and sees failure as an opportunity to grow and stretch our existing abilities.
I would like to declare the word ‘Should’ toxic. It’s used way too often, and encites perfectionism and feelings of inadequacy. It’s thrown around everywhere these days, with social media making it even more prevalent. We are constantly bombarded with the word. You should eat more veggies, drink more water. You should exercise more, drink less I should look after my health more, and I should have 8 hours of sleep per day so I feel amazing every morning. The actual Oxford Dictionary definition says: It’s used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing someone's actions. That’s where...
Gone are the days of a static stretching before a workout. Whether you are out for a run, on the court for a game of basketball, or cycling your butt off, you will need your body to be ready for whatever you throw at it.
After nearly 10 months of being in lockdown. I was finally let back into my office in the city. I take the train, and am luckily enough to live and work very close to both stations. I have enjoyed working from home, especially as I get 2 hours of my day back avoiding the commute, but one thing I did notice this week is how much more active I am in the office.
Now that you are Zen AF while running, let us help you get through the longer runs without running out of gas. Ok, well maybe I can’t promise that, but I can give you a few tips on improving your running style, to minimize the exertion you face on each run.. it might just give you the extra puff you need to get out that last kilometre.