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Psychology: Tom Bosworth’s positive mind games RoadTrack & Field Psychology: Tom Bosworth’s positive mind games

A big change in psychological approach is working for the race walker

Coaching: Discuss what matters most to your athlete Track & Field Coaching: Discuss what matters most to your athlete

Talking through sensitive issues with the athletes you coach can be difficult to handle. Dr Josephine Perry provides tips on how it should be done

Cross country: Running without fear Cross/Fell/Trail Cross country: Running without fear

GB international Alex Teuten offers insight on the psychology of cross-country racing

Psychology: Learn to thrive Track & Field Psychology: Learn to thrive

Making it to the top is one thing, thriving on the pressure it can bring is another. Peta Bee reports on new findings

Psychology: Embrace your inner runner Road Psychology: Embrace your inner runner

How running shapes you as a person is the subject of a new book by sport scientist and author Dr Jason Karp. Here, he gives an insight into his findings

Psychology: Sport’s dark side Track & Field Psychology: Sport’s dark side

Athletes are as prone to depression, anxiety and other mental health issues as anyone else, but what can be done to help?

Psychology: Perfect your athletics parenting skills Track & Field Psychology: Perfect your athletics parenting skills

There’s a fine line between being too pushy and helping to empower children in sport and Dr Josephine Perry looks at how to be supportive

How to pick a perfect training partner Cross/Fell/TrailRoadTrack & Field How to pick a perfect training partner

Dr Josephine Perry runs through the benefits and potential pitfalls of training with company

Psychology: Managing great expectations RoadTrack & Field Psychology: Managing great expectations

Self belief is one thing, but how do you deal with the burden of expectation, either from yourself or others? Dr Josephine Perry gives some top tips

Psychology: Injury control Cross/Fell/TrailIndoorMastersRoadTrack & FieldYouth Psychology: Injury control

Injuries can arise through a lack of emotional control, but you can train your mind to withstand the risks. Dr Josephine Perry reports on her research

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