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Arrived today in preparation for my year ahead of running goals. A perfectly simple training diary using just pen and paper but it is full to the brim with training and motivational advice. It also allows me to look back and take note if there are periods when I didn't feel as good so I can recognise this and adjust accordingly.” ―Mary Cullen, NCAA Champion and European Medalist, “Their instruction [in Believe Training Journal] is completely void of elitist rhetoric, and comes across more like that one trusted friend and training partner who has the guts to say what you need to hear.” ― TriEdge.net. Also new in this edition are Lauren’s killa core routine and Ro’s favorite post-run yoga poses. Sweet.” ― Fit Bottomed Girls, “Just started dating a sporty woman? You’ll quickly learn what works best for you as you work toward goals and achieve your biggest breakthroughs.

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You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io, The 10 Best Hiking Boots and Trail Shoes This Year, The 7 Best Running Belts for All Your Stuff, 35 Last-Minute Gifts for Runners on Amazon Prime, Saucony’s NYC Endorphin Speed Limited Release, Powerful and Affordable: Addaday BioZoom Edge. It is a great size and allows me to carry when I travel. I've been using it for a few months now and I wouldn't be without it. It’s not just a space to log miles but a journal to map out the year’s plans, details, and dreams while encouraging a positive mind-set along the way!” — Molly Huddle (U.S. Olympian and 5K record holder), “While everybody is oohing and aahing over Apple’s newest release, we’re salivating over the new Believe Training Journal. Move your goals from your head to these pages and chase them down. How we test gear. Eat Slow. A book by runners, for runners.” ― Athletics Weekly, “While everybody is oohing and aahing over Apple’s newest release, we’re salivating over the new Believe Training Journal. There are monthly check-ins, dream charts, pages devoted to fleshing out goals, race reviews; and spurted throughout are essays on mental training, nutrition, and recovery.

Motivational and clear. : Quick-Fix Recipes for Hangry Athletes: A Cookbook, Run Fast. Top runners say there are few training tools as valuable as a good training diary for the insights they can reveal. You are the reason we created these journals.

Beautiful feel to outer cover. The style is easy to follow and the tips are easy to adapt and use. “You have my journal!” she exclaimed.

My only suggestion is that it came in a spiral bound edition, as it would make it easier to write in while I'm in bed!

Some of the info in the journal is interesting and maybe helpful, but its stuff you can find in a magazine. With goal-setting tips and worksheets, motivational advice from female athletes, and blank pages for her to record her thoughts about running, or just life in general, this comprehensive diary will make getting to the finish line way more fun.” ―Men’s Fitness, “This book reveals that it is something a little bit different. : Nourishing Recipes for Athletes: A Cookbook. VeloPress; Updated edition (April 1, 2017), Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2019. Amanda is a test editor at Runner’s World and was a middle-of-the-pack Emerson College cross country runner; she’s run the Boston Marathon consecutively since 2013. The Believe Training Journal is packed with photographs, hand-written notes, practical advice, and the hard-earned secrets and street smarts that Fleshman and Ro have learned on the pro running … Believe Training Journal shares the hard-earned secrets and street smarts that runners Lauren Fleshman and Róisín McGettigan-Dumas learned on the pro circuit, and it will arm you with confidence and inspiration for your athletic journey.

I love that you can set goals and that it doesn't have a dated calendar, so you can start it whenever.

Designed by pro athletes Lauren Fleshman and Ro McGettigan, not only is the format ideal for a training diary, but it's also thin enough to toss in any purse or gym bag when you're on the go!” ―Fit Sugar, “Folks who love monitoring every last detail of their workouts will dig this training-focused journal…[which is] a guidebook focused on helping female athletes get their bodies and minds on the same page when it comes to setting running goals. Believe Training Journal includes the hard-earned secrets and street smarts that runners Lauren Fleshman and Roisin McGettigan-Dumas learned on the pro circuit, and it will arm you with confidence and inspiration for your athletic journey.

I then moved onto the Runner’s World Training Journal, which gave me more room to chronicle my workouts. Subscribe to be the first to hear about our exclusive offers and latest arrivals. Like a marathon, there’s an odd satisfaction to scribbling your workouts on paper.

Gear-obsessed editors choose every product we review. I have referred this journal my friend who is thinking about running and who has just started running! I'm looking forward to spending some time focusing my thoughts and following my progress as I return to running after a long (injury-filled) layoff. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Also, its a bit too heavy to be portable for travel, and too nice looking for me to want to throw in my gym bag with swim gear and muddy running shoes. The Believe journal from Lo & Ro offers a holistic framework to manage running as a part of your life and will help inspire you to become a better athlete. THANK YOU LAUREN AND RO! The inspiring visual cues, tips, goal-setting worksheets and ‘bigger picture’ pages make this a training log like no other.” ―Active.com, “Anyone who's committing to run a race in 2013 will benefit from this cute Believe I Am Training Journal. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books.

Roisin McGettigan-Dumas is an elite professional runner and cofounder of Believe I Am, maker of running products inspired by self-affirming sports psychology. It gives them a place to not just reach their fitness goals―but to feel proud about themselves inside and out!” ―Fit Bottomed Girls, “Amazing quotes and great info!” ― Paula Radcliffe, marathon world record holder, 3-time London Marathon winner, 2005 marathon world champion, “2015 dreaming starts now. Makes for a perfect gift too. Includes uniquely insightful essays and information on the following topics (that you won't find on google or on your smart watch): Goal Setting / Training / Nutrition / Body Image / Psychology / Competition Mindset / Set-Backs / Recovery and much more. She is a former professional runner, running coach, writer and co-author of five books, and cofounder of Picky Bars, maker of real food performance snacks. We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2019.

Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2019.