Monthly Archives: December 2013

Psyched for Punting: My Interview with NFL Punter Will Batson

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Will Batson is an NFL punter, and has played for the Tennessee Titans and the Arizona Cardinals. He understands the importance of winning the mental game for kicking success. He says, “The mental aspect of sports is such huge part … Read more

Control the Controllables: My Interview with USA Olympic Swimmer Margaret Hoelzer

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USA swimmer Margaret Hoelzer is a two-time Olympian and World Record Holder. She won three medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics – bronze in the 100 backstroke, silver in the 200 backstroke, and silver in the 400 medley relay. Margaret … Read more

Strengthen Your Fitness Motivation: My Interview with Dr. Kim Chronister

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What really fires you up and gets you excited about your fitness? Dr. Kim Chronister is a health psychologist, wellness, and relationship expert. She is the author of the new book, The Psychology Behind Fitness Motivation: A Revolutionary New Program to Lose … Read more

Losing Your Shoes, Finding Your Sole: My Interview with Barefoot Runner Ken Bob Saxton

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Barefoot Ken Bob Saxton is a pioneer of the modern barefoot running movement. During the past 50 years, Ken Bob has been solely (pun intended) running and racing barefoot—including finishing scores of marathons and one ultra-marathon. Ken Bob is the … Read more

Stay in the Solution: My Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Guterman

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Jeffrey Guterman, Ph.D., is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida, a former associate editor of the Journal of Mental Health Counseling, and the author of over 125 publications, including the best-selling book Mastering the Art of Solution-Focused Counseling published … Read more

To Infinity and Beyond: My Interview with Ultramarathoner Bryon Powell

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Bryon Powell is an ultramarathoner, the author of “Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons” (Breakaway Books, 2011), and he publishes the outstanding trail and ultrarunning website iRunFar.com. Ultramarathoners compete in distances of 31 miles, 50 miles, 62 miles, … Read more

Going the Distance: My Interview with Appalachian Trail Thru-Hiker Zach Davis

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Zach Davis is the author of the superb book, “Appalachian Trials: A Psychological and Emotional Guide to Thru-Hike the Appalachian Trail” (Good Badger Publishing, 2012). Approximately 70% of the 2,000 people who attempt to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail (2,181 miles!) … Read more

5 Mistakes Sports Parents Commonly Make and How They Can Fix Them

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An interview with John O’Sullivan, founder of the changing the game project John O’Sullivan is the author of the bestselling book Changing the Game: The Parents Guide to Raising Happy High-Performing Athletes and Giving Youth Sports Back to Our Kids. … Read more

5 Mistakes Marathon Runners Typically Make and How They Can Correct Them

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An Interview With Dr. Jason Karp Dr. Jason Karp is a nationally-recognized running and fitness coach and owner of Run-Fit. As one of America’s foremost running experts and the 2011 IDEA National Personal Trainer of the Year, he has been profiled … Read more