How to break out of your comfort zone and achieve your running dreams
Whether it’s 5km or 50km, Claire has news for you – it is possible,
‘I think of barriers as thick fog: if you take a step towards that massive darkness you realise it’s only air!’ Emelie Forsberg, world champion skyrunner
s this how your brain talks to itself? Thought not. Mine neither, but I’m working on it. Because this is the mindset you’ll find more helpful to push beyond your ‘normal’ running limits and achieve your dream run. Because your imagination is the first step to success. Whatever it is, whatever your level, the all-new, limitless you starts here.
What are your boundaries?
“The sense of the unknown is often one of the biggest barriers for runners,” says Lakeland Trails event manager Phil Blaylock. “I speak to many people who are concerned that they’re too slow to take part in our events or they’re worried that they might finish last. People are often restricted by their own, often unfounded, beliefs about what they can achieve and how far