Hi and welcome to the Peak Endurance Podcast. My name is Isobel Ross and I am the coach at Peak Endurance Coaching. Today I speak with Tracy Alloway. Tracy Packiam Alloway, PhD, is an award-winning psychologist, professor, author, and TEDx speaker. She has published 13 books and over 100 scientific articles on the brain and memory. She is an Associate Editor for the journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology and the journal of Educational & Developmental Psychologist, and is on the Editorial Advisory Board for the Journal of Research in Reading. Her research is in the TOP 10 Cited list by Scopus and cited over 1000x. She blogs for Psychology Today and Huffington Post. I hope you enjoy our conversation Where we discuss the following: How do we find the motivation to train when there are no races and we are only allowed to run close to home? how do we (as people and runners) deal with the uncertainty of these times, when we don't know what the future holds? how do we plan for the future when we don't even know how long we will be in lockdown? (we are currently in stage 3 lockdown) How do we deal with getting through the day, let alone the week/month?
I do apologise in advance; there was a bit of technical issue at the start, you can’t hear Tracy as she describes some of her background. I couldn’t hear her either, but the microphone symbol on my laptop showed she was still recording so I didn’t get her to repeat what she said, s o my apologies there. I think you still get the main idea.
Tracy Alloway on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtracyalloway/
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