How to Stop Negative Thinking

Even if you've only been running for a little while you've probably already discovered it: in order to get fitter and faster, taming the mind is just as important as training the body. Negative thoughts, doubts, fears, and anxieties "keep us cloudy in our heads, and slow us down," says Barbara Walker, a Cincinnati-based sports psychologist. "It creates a heaviness and doesn't allow us to perform well." Walker, a certified consultant of the American Association for Applied Sport Psychology, offers these tips to nip negative thinking in the bud.

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