What can runners learn from FBI undercover agents?

What can runners learn from FBI undercover agents?

LaRae Quy was an FBI undercover and counterintelligence agent for 24 years. As an FBI agent, she developed the mental toughness to survive in environments of risk, uncertainty, and deception.  

LaRae has agreed to share some of her mental toughness secrets with Rundamentalists readers to help give you a competitive advantage.

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8.5 tips for making running goals that last

8.5 tips for making running goals that last

For many runners, the New Year signifies a fresh start; a time to think about goals and the commitments you plan to make. Yet, for all the initial enthusiasm, keeping yourself motivated, committed (beyond Jan 2nd) and moving toward the accomplishment of those goals is often tough.

If you’re tired of setting goals and making resolutions that quickly fade, consider our expert tips to help you stay focused.

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Dr Rob Bell: Make goals, not deals

Dr Rob Bell: Make goals, not deals

Sport Psychology coach Dr. Rob Bell is our guest expert for this article. Rob has PGA Tour credentials as a Sport Psychology consultant, has coached winners on the PGA Tour and caddied on Tour. He is the author of three books: The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness  &  Mental Toughness Training for Golf. The latest NO FEAR: A Simple Guide to Mental Toughness.

Rob is also a triathlete and runner with a marathon PR of 3.23.

At the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Billy Mills would make history with his iconic sprint to win the gold medal in the 10,000 meters. He was so unknown, that a Japanese reporter asked him after his win “who are you?” He is still the last American to win the Gold medal in the 10,000 meters.

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