Runner's World (UK) - - Body+Mind -

Kim­ball sug­gests break­ing a race down into chunks, each with in­di­vid­ual goals. You could aim to main­tain good run­ning pos­ture when climb­ing a hill, or to have a plan to hy­drate quickly at aid sta­tions. Each time you check one off, you feel bet­ter about your ca­pa­bil­ity to achieve your ul­ti­mate race goal. ‘Achiev­ing suc­cess more of­ten keeps you more op­ti­mistic, which will help you in the later stages of a race,’ he says.

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