It doesn’t matter the distance — whether it’s the last 5 miles in a marathon or the few minutes in a 5K, negative thoughts will start creeping in: “I’m tired!” “I’m dying!” “I can’t do this!” But then we round the corner and see the finish line and our legs kick it in. What changed? Our thinking. All of a sudden we’re telling ourselves we got this. Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, talks about mental training and how important it is not only for running but in life. Our brains tell us we can’t go on long before our bodies do. We need to train our brains the same way we train our legs. Listen in!