Run to Win‘s Blaine Moore continues this month’s collaboration on the power of the mind, looking at the way in which fear can overcome your common sense. The example used here is his recent run in the Boston Marathon – a superb achievement, despite his modesty; although it applies equally well to any competitive physical activity.
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