Tips for Breaking Out of a Fitness Rut
Tips for Breaking Out of a Fitness Rut with Sports Psychologist Emily Saul
Sports Psychologist Emily Saul comes back to share tips to help you break out of a fitness rut. Whether you're lacking motivation for a sport or fitness activity you used to love or just finding it hard to get moving in general, you'll benefit from her expert insights. With her Master’s degree in Sport Psychology and Mental Health Counselor license, Emily brings a lot of educational background to the topic. However, she's also been co-leading the free fitness movement November Project in Boston. Her experience with November Project, where she motivates and challenges athletes of all abilities and walks of life, from those who “have never run before,” to those who are returning to fitness of some kind, to elite athletes has given her even more insights. Learn how the power of community matters and about this great movement that currently hosts meetups all over the world in the latter half of our conversation. And if you're wondering what a sports psychologist does or how working with a sports psychologist could benefit you? Tune into episode 194 for the first half of our conversation for the answers.
About Emily Saul
I have a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology and am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Since 2014, I have been co-leading the free fitness movement November Project in Boston, where I motivate and challenge athletes of all abilities and walks of life, from those who “have never run before,” to those who are returning to fitness of some kind, to elite athletes of all kinds, all while harnessing the power of community.
I was a Division I collegiate rower, coached Strength & Conditioning at Harvard for seven years, and am an avid marathon runner on road and trail.
I have a deep desire to help athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and anyone who moves to find the potential inside them. Drilling into the mysteries and nuances of the athletic brain and igniting its full power is my passion and my calling. I am confident in my ability to see the “awesome” inside you and together we can help you discover your potential most fully. More >>
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Other episodes of interest:
- Ep 194: What is Sports Psychology? with Emily Saul
- Ep 94: Deena Kastor on Running, Motherhood, and Positivity
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