Chasing your dream isn’t easy. There will be ups, downs, unforeseen obstacles, failed attempts, and at times you will feel like quitting. As an Olympic champion in diving, Chris Mears is no stranger to struggle, and he’s fought against some incredible odds to get to where he is today.
Now, Chris wants to use his own experience and knowledge to help and inspire others on the Everyday Battlers programme, so they can complete a 10km race, and chase their dream, no matter what.
Here are his 5 top tips to help you stay on track with your training:
Greg Whyte, OBE is a former Olympian in Modern Pentathlon and European bronze and World Championship silver medallist, as well as a Professor in Applied Sport and Exercise Science. He supports our Everyday Battlers as a mental coach, providing them with the tools to overcome the obstacles they face on their journey to achieving their goal of comple (...)
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