My *small* things.
Kelly Babcock, one of my athletes, has decided to run less and cross-train more this winter.
Read her what, why and how.
A runner—who ran at the colligate level—struggled with panic attacks.
At first, he thought they were a symptoms of a physical health problem. But after a year of tests, he decided to try therapy, and eventually medication, and things got better.
A teenage runner who started having panic attacks while struggling with an eating disorder and depression.
The panic attacks affected their training and racing.
A non-runner who struggled with panic attacks during college in the 80s.
A runner—who ran at the colligate level—and creative who struggles with night terrors and panic attacks.
This is an addendum to her first survey.