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Cliff Pittman Knows A Positive Mindset Can Reach Beyond Race Results


My guest on the show today is Cliff Pittman, a runner for about 25 years but only recently has he began seriously racing.

Cliff is also a running coach whose area of expertise is helping his athletes with their mindset.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Cliff Pittman today.

Cliff Pittman

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Discipline Equals Freedom

Quick Tip: Discipline is the Key to Your Improvement (in Anything)


People look for the shortcut. The hack.

There is only one way. The way of discipline.

~Jocko Willink

One area of my training that I’m always trying to improve upon is my mental strength.

I’ve said several times that it is a weak link of mine, and it is something that I’ve been working to shore up for the past several months.

Part of my plan for 2018 is to share a minimum of one lesson that I’ve learned as it relates to mindset/mental strength as a quick tip each month.

Some months may have more than one, but at a minimum each month will feature one quick tip to help you strengthen your mental muscle.

One of the best ways to really learn something is to teach it, right? I know I really need to learn these lessons, so hopefully, me sharing them with you will help us both. Read more

Jenn Walton Manitoba

Jenn Walton Shifted Her Mental Mindset and Got a Big Return


Today Jenn Walton is back for a second time after a PR filled year.

Jenn Walton Manitoba

Jenn Walton Post Manitoba Marathon

As each new year approaches runners are commonly focusing on new goals to work towards and Jenn is no different.

Her goal for 2017 was to do everything she could to qualify for Boston.

What started as a singular goal turned into so much more when she finally took the pressure off.

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Diz Runs With… Bruce Van Horn


On today’s run, I’m joining Bruce Van Horn, who literally credits running with saving his life. He was in a dark place on a variety of fronts (work, relational, overweight, just unhappy), and was always looking for the next “bad thing” to happen.

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Bruce Van Horn

That all changed when he listened to his brother’s encouraging words and started running again for the first time since being a member of the cross country team in high school.

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