If you have a friend or family member you suspect of an eating disorder, how you talk about this sensitive subject is very important. The authors of The Brave Athlete offer some suggestions for what to say or do (or what not to say or do).
Is it possible your exercise habits are going in an unhealthy direction? Take this quiz from The Brave Athlete to see how dependent you may be.
A new year is the perfect time to challenge yourself and the boundaries you’ve created that may be holding you back.
Paddy McGinty is Lesley Paterson’s alter ego when she needs to toughen up. Use our Alter Ego Kit to find yours!
You don’t have one brain—you have three; your ancient Chimp brain, your modern Professor brain, and your Computer brain. They fight for control all the time and that’s when bad things happen…
Ever wonder why you leave a Facebook binge feeling worse about yourself than before? A lot of it has to do with impression management and how we perceive the lives of others…
Let’s take a look at what’s inside each chapter of The Brave Athlete.
Take a look at what’s inside The Brave Athlete.
See what professional athletes and experts are saying about The Brave Athlete, Dr. Simon Marshall, and Lesley Paterson.
Social media is littered with self-affirmation memes and silly cat posters that pretend the path to self-confidence is simple.
Sick of your pouty athlete?? C’mon, we know you are. Well, good news: there IS something you can do about it…
When you feel fat, you’re actually feeling something else…
Assuming you show up physically prepared, mental errors are the biggest cause of bad races, and they are self-inflicted.
Social media should work for you, not against you.
To form good habits, we need to design them with such conscious and deliberate precision that they are ready-made to run on autopilot. Here are the step-by-step instructions.
Want to get better at handling pressure? You need to practice.
The Brave Athlete mentions several smartphone apps that can help athletes focus or relax.