What is resilience?
Resilience is defined as “the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.”6 And running tends to break down both body and mind over time. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, however.
In fact, this breakdown and repair process is exactly how we get stronger and faster. So preparing yourself – your whole self – to be more resistant to injury, fatigue and demotivation is critical to running success!
This requires practice. It is definitely one of those things you want to work on before you need it.
In return, you become a better athlete and a faster runner. You’ll feel better, have more confidence and have a better shot at avoiding the dreaded pitfalls so many other runners face both on and off the track, country road or early-morning cityscape.
That’s the purpose of this site. We want you to experience the joy of becoming a faster, stronger and more confident version of the runner you already are!