The Role of Commitment Devices in Behavior Change

At any given moment, a significant percentage of the population is working to change some form of behavior, often targeting health; with New Year’s resolutions, weight loss, smoking cessation, and stress reduction toping the list. When it comes to identifying positive behaviors, we mostly understand the general guidelines: get adequate levels of movement, stop eating junk food, Read more about The Role of Commitment Devices in Behavior Change[…]

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The Mental Side of Running: Sports Psychology for Running Podcast

This past week Sarah Bowen Shea from Another Mother Runner, and her dear friend Molly Williams and I sat down to chat more on the mental side of running. We had a engaging conversation that included using appropriate mindset skills for optimal performance. We discussed how cognitive framework is important when approaching a training plan. Other topics Read more about The Mental Side of Running: Sports Psychology for Running Podcast[…]

Sports Psychology For Runners Podcast

I had a great time chatting sports psychology with Dimity and coach MK on a recent Train Like a Mother Podcast, specifically in establishing a workable mindset for success in running. We talk about a lot of different topics throughout this podcast, including setting up a proper psychological framework of commitment, connecting to goals, and Read more about Sports Psychology For Runners Podcast[…]

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Sports Psychology for Runners Podcast

Dr. Justin Ross recently had a chance to sit down with Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea  from Another Mother Runner to talk about the mental side of running and sports psychology for runners. This was a really fun and engaging discussion that generated from a Q & A with runners from the Another Mother Runner Training program.  In Read more about Sports Psychology for Runners Podcast[…]

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The Top 5 Sports Psychology Tips for Runners

It’s that time of year again, when spring has sprung and runners are looking at their early season training and racing schedule. Some of you are in the middle of a training cycle and may have already raced. Others are dusting off the winter and preparing to embark on this seasons training. Sports psychology can Read more about The Top 5 Sports Psychology Tips for Runners[…]

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The World is Flat…

Once upon a time (as common lore tells us) we humans held a belief that the world was flat. This mindset led to fear that if we were to venture too far, we’d simply fall off. The fear then perpetuated avoidance behaviors in an effort to keep us safe. But playing it safe had a downside, as this Read more about The World is Flat…[…]