Feb 2, 2017
This week's episode of
The BibRave Podcast is here for your listening pleasure! On
this episode, Tim and Julia welcome
Dr. Justin Ross - a clinical psychologist and co-founder
Dr. Ross specializes in a number of health
psychology-related areas, including sports and performance, pain
management, eating disorders, stress reduction, bariatrics,
and mindfulness-based interventions.
The episode is
chock-full of useful info that we hope you find relevant to
not just running, but life in general. Check out a few of Dr.
Ross' interesting one-liners along with some links from the
For those digging the sweet ukulele
intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and
Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio
- We must defeat the
"One pace to rule all paces" obsession
- "Trust is the antidote
- How to Be
Lucky - Power of Positive Thinking
- "We can't change what
we aren't aware of"
- But... [Paraphrased]:
"Awareness leads to anxiety if no corrective action
- "If you're not
breathing, you're having a rough day"
- Tim's workout of the
Hip Dips! (though, turns out, they were already named
- Julia's workout of the
week - Waking up with 5
Downward Dog, 50 Jumping Jacks, 25 pushups, 1 minute of
- Dr. Ross' Sports Psych
workout of the week - 3 x "I am" statements; in the morning,
during your run (ponder how you'll deal with adversity on race day)
and at the end of the day (connect to gratitude with three
things you're thankful for).
- Dr. Ross:
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