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The show for runners', run coaches, triathlon coaches, wanting to train their mental game. The show is about running, not archery, not curling. Here we focus on running. Do you want to run, faster, longer, feel better after a run, hey even look better whilst running… then this podcast is for you, because not only do I want to inspire you, we will make our way through these topics and help you dig deep and gain deeper insight so you can make and take better decisions. My name is Heiko, passionate Run and Swim coach, combined with being a Hypnotherapist, focussed on RUNNING all speeds welcome.

Advanced Endurance Coaching Heiko Stribl

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The show for runners', run coaches, triathlon coaches, wanting to train their mental game. The show is about running, not archery, not curling. Here we focus on running. Do you want to run, faster, longer, feel better after a run, hey even look better whilst running… then this podcast is for you, because not only do I want to inspire you, we will make our way through these topics and help you dig deep and gain deeper insight so you can make and take better decisions. My name is Heiko, passionate Run and Swim coach, combined with being a Hypnotherapist, focussed on RUNNING all speeds welcome.

    Mindset Tapering || Taper Time

    Mindset Tapering || Taper Time

    Ah before I start, one of the most inspiring authors that I have enjoyed and reread so often in my life Norman Vincent Peale… and one quote… that will set the trend for today. He never thought a podcaster will use this in his show for running… Ha. “The secret of a better and more successful life is to cast out those old, dead, unhealthy thoughts. Substitute for them new vital, dynamic faith thoughts. You can depend upon it—an inflow of new thought will remake you and your life.”

    It is widely accepted that aerobic exercise and meditation training are extremely useful behavioral therapies for over anxious runners’. and also…. remediating clinical symptoms of depression.

    The effects of this study and I will include the link in the show notes…., that by the nearly 40% reduction in depressive symptoms after only 8 weeks of training.

    Not only did the group in the study report significant reductions in depressive symptoms. Participants also exhibited a significant decrease in self-reported ruminative thoughts, which typically involve repetitive thinking about own worst case memories and negatively stored content from the past.

    Starting a meditation practice for the first time can be challenging. Most people think of meditation as having to take place while you're seated, with your eyes closed, which has the potential to be reallyboring even if you're trying your darnedest to quiet your mind. Many people find that physical movement, and running in particular can naturally have meditative qualities; the repetitive motion and distinct focus can make it easier for you to filter out distracting thoughts. So, why not do both at once? Running meditations can help you double up on self-care.

    If sitting meditation is more annoying than stretching for you, you’re not alone; a sitting practice is great, but it’s not for everyone. Lots of folks meditate via other means, and many runners, for instance, report the profoundly calming and mind-clearing effects of their daily trek outside. So merging the two practices can work really well.

    SHOWNOTES:

    What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links.
    Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak

    Brain Training For Runners': Your Mental Guide To Better Running.

    Improve your discipline Accountability Coach.

    Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer.

    Follow us on INSTAGRAM.

    Follow us on TWITTER.

    Follow us on YouTube.

    More about your HOST.

    Train your BRAIN become a better runner.

    • 26 Min.
    Comrades Mindset 2022 || Your Comrades Attitude

    Comrades Mindset 2022 || Your Comrades Attitude

    How are you using these 22 days remaining before the start of Comrades 2022? What are you doing to ensure it will be your best race yet? You have put in the miles, time to slow down, to taper and get that winning mentality in place.

    Today I want to introduce myself and this podcast where we talk about developing 

    -->  self-confidence, 

    --> self-awareness, 

    --> self-worth helping you develop a better mindset and attitude towards your running. 

    This podcast is dedicated to you, the middle of the pack runner, the runner who has a life, obligations, a work or a job a family many other things to do, but somehow you still manage to find time to go after your best time. The show is aimed at mental techniques for runners. We don't talk about the best choose, or the best gear, we only focus on how to develop the mind. The show is in its third season, with the ever-growing audience, it is at three and is made for yo.

    SHOWNOTES:

    What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links.
    Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak

    Brain Training For Runners': Your Mental Guide To Better Running.

    Improve your discipline Accountability Coach.

    Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer.

    Follow us on INSTAGRAM.

    Follow us on TWITTER.

    Follow us on YouTube.

    More about your HOST.

    Train your BRAIN become a better runner.

    • 15 Min.
    Running with Meghan Trainor || The ER tools for runners’

    Running with Meghan Trainor || The ER tools for runners’

    Follow this advice and you will join that group of runners that excel, that improve and grow and therefore remain loyal to their sport.

    Which will maybe lead you to questions like:

    è Is running under 4 hours a good time? By the way: anything under 4 hours could be considered a good marathon time, putting you in the top 43% of runners.

    But is that relevant to you? Being in the top 43%?

    Or if you are a fast runner under a 2:50 Time. Excellent time by the way. That puts you in the top 50 of any major running event.

    Another option is, that its your first time to run the distance or the first time after many years. Perhaps you ran a marathon year back, and now for some or other reason you feel ready to go at it again. You are brave enough to face those months of training.

    How do you know what is a realistic time for 26.2 miles if you’ve never run this far before?

    Or even if you have run numerous marathons, perhaps as a middle-aged runner you are not only getting older (with the glory days well gone), but you simply don’t have the time to train like you did in the past.

    If you don’t believe in yourself, and in your abilities, if you allow yourself to criticises your work to bring you down and cause you to give up on your dream, hey and soke people don’t even dare to dream.. different topic all together…  you may just lose your spark and settle for much less than you deserve. If you can somehow muster up the courage and strength to persist, to chase your dreams and to keep believing in yourself, though, the outcome could be entirely different!

    Proverbs 29:18 “Where there is no vision, the people are unrestrained, But happy is he who keeps the law.”

    SHOWNOTES:

    What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links.
    Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak

    Brain Training For Runners': Your Mental Guide To Better Running.

    Improve your discipline Accountability Coach.

    Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer.

    Follow us on INSTAGRAM.

    Follow us on TWITTER.

    Follow us on YouTube.

    More about your HOST.

    Train your BRAIN become a better runner.

    • 19 Min.
    Sticky Faith || Better running

    Sticky Faith || Better running

    You know the feeling: One day, you decide to run at exactly 6 a.m. every morning and before you know it, you’re admonishing yourself because you missed your regularly-scheduled morning run. Congratulations. You’ve become a willing participant in a routine that has some of the best and worst benefits a runner can experience.

    Habits, notes Dr. Bernard J. Luskin, writing for “Psychology Today,” put the mind into a continual loop that becomes instilled in our brains. The acquisition of habits is so subtle, most people don’t even realise they’re taking hold because routine is comforting, predictable and reassuring.

    Even the process of acquiring the habit is predictable: It starts as a cue (I will run each day at the same time), becomes routine (you don’t think twice about changing the time slot) and delivers a reward (look how awesome I am keeping to my schedule!). You’re hooked. Welcome to the club!


    help to build strong bones, as it is a weight bearing exercise.
    strengthen muscles.
    improve cardiovascular fitness.
    burn plenty of kilojoules.
    help maintain a healthy weight.

    SHOWNOTES:

    What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links.
    Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak

    Brain Training For Runners': Your Mental Guide To Better Running.

    Improve your discipline Accountability Coach.

    Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer.

    Follow us on INSTAGRAM.

    Follow us on TWITTER.

    Follow us on YouTube.

    More about your HOST.

    Train your BRAIN become a better runner.

    • 19 Min.
    Focus Point || One is enough

    Focus Point || One is enough

    Are you running as often as long as far as you would like to? Are you able to look back at a great running year? If you look back does you run history inspire you? Today's show is aimed to do exactly that.

    SHOWNOTES:

    What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links. Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak

    Brain Training For Runners': Your Mental Guide To Better Running.

    Improve your discipline Accountability Coach.

    Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer.

    Follow us on INSTAGRAM.

    Follow us on TWITTER.

    Follow us on YouTube.

    More about your HOST.

    Train your BRAIN become a better runner.

    • 22 Min.
    Get going || How to Start

    Get going || How to Start

    Today’s show is all about helping you to get started, to stop procrastinating, to overcome excuses and to really start on your journey of becoming a runner. Even the process of acquiring the habit is predictable: It starts as a cue (I will run each day at the same time), becomes routine (you don’t think twice about changing the time slot) and delivers a reward (look how awesome I am keeping to my schedule!). You’re hooked. Welcome to the club!


    help to build strong bones, as it is a weight bearing exercise.
    strengthen muscles.
    improve cardiovascular fitness.
    burn plenty of kilojoules.
    help maintain a healthy weight.

    SHOWNOTES:

    What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links.
    Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak

    Brain Training For Runners': Your Mental Guide To Better Running.

    Improve your discipline Accountability Coach.

    Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer.

    Follow us on INSTAGRAM.

    Follow us on TWITTER.

    Follow us on YouTube.

    More about your HOST.

    Train your BRAIN become a better runner.

    • 20 Min.

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