Samson, A., Simpson, D., Kamphoff, C., & Langlier, A. (2015). Think aloud: An examination of distance runners’ thought processes International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 1-14
Long-Distance Runners Think Very Differently Than you May Have Thought
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The three main subjects long distance runners think about:
1. pace and distance
2. pain and discomfort
3. the running environment, especially those nasty hills, and the weather
If you were wondering if long-distance runners use this time to solve life’s dilemmas – relationship troubles or metaphysical conundrums, for example – it seems that is not the case.