Tag Archives: mental training

Rulon Rules: Tips for Toeing the Start Line

You swim. You bike. You run. You lift. Bam, you are ready to ROCK that race. The gun goes off.. Ouch, you got slapped in the face at least 100 times. Crap, you dropped your bike nutrition. You have a terrible cramp during your run and you have to walk. You cross that finish line. You

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Creating Your Mindset

In today’s vlog, I don’t talk about swimming, cycling, running or lifting. I chat with you all about learning how to “Creating YOUR Mindset.” I had a dear entrepreneur/friend talk about “Mindset” and I wanted to share it with you! Thanks Rick Martinez for always providing knowledge! You need to really listen to this one. Trust

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Changing the Negative Self-Talk as Athletes

What is Self-Talk? Do you know that inner voice that always seems to be going? It is constantly “telling” you what you should do, what you might do, and reflecting on things you have already done. It evaluates what you do while you’re doing it, providing opinions and suggesting possible ramifications and outcomes. This is

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Jen Rulon Speaker Triathlon Strength Coach

Strength Training the Mind

Definition of STRENGTH: The quality or state of being strong: Capacity for exertion or endurance. (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/strength) As I program Strength Training for Triathletes and talk about strength training for triathletes,  you realize how much I LOVE STRENGTH and what it does for the human body. As a coach, when I have given my athletes a strength program specific

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How to Use the Mind in Triathlon Training and Racing #4

This is the last part of the “Mental Training” Series for March. I hope some of these tips have helped you get ready for your Triathlon Season! A year ago, I had a Sport Psychologist, Lynn McDonald, come out and talk with my athletes as I was getting them prepared for their 2015 Triathlon Season. Lynn and

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