Active at Altitude

“Long distance running is 90% mental and the other half is physical.”
-Rich Davis

Races are really a mental exercise. Sure, if you don’t physically prepare then no amount of positive thinking will carry your sorry butt to the top of Mt. Everest. However, the truth is that physical training is only as good as an athlete’s ability to exercise strong mental will. It isn’t physical stamina that carries a runner across the finish line. It’s being strong in mind.

Screen Shot 2013-06-02 at 12.19.14 AMThat’s why we are excited to announce we are partnering with Active Mind Race Camps. These camps offer a unique opportunity for athletes to learn how to train their minds through psychological preparation.

The camp will be held in a meeting room at the Stanley Hotel and will run from 4:00-6:00pm on Thursday, August 15th, and 9:00am-5:00pm on Friday, August 16th (packet pick up will be included in the workshop). Camp will be limited to 20 runners. The cost is $195 per runner and includes lunch at the Stanley Hotel and a personalized camp journal.

This would be a great thing to be a part of if this is your first high altitude race.
Again, the focus is to help athletes prepare mentally so that they might have the best race experience possible by aligning mental processes with physical capabilities. The skills you will learn at this camp will not only improve performance in future races, but will ensure you have a positive and fulfilling race experience.

Click here to learn more or to register for the camp.


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Dehn Craig

Dehn ran track in high school and was the high school hurdle coach while still a student. After working in video production and getting an Engineering degree followed by an MBA, Dehn has finally found a home as our Marketing and Creative Director. He loves exploring the national parks and telling stories.