Due to the great response beyond running, the Institute for Running Psychology was renamed the Institute for Endurance Psychology. The institute offers excellent services to promote motivation, performance and health.
Leading sport psychology experts support professional and recreational runners, triathletes and other endurance athletes and their trainers in integrating the latest psychological findings into training, competition and everyday life. The goal: to make them mentally (even) stronger in order to master important challenges better and to stay healthy and happy in the long run. Because one thing is clear: Success is always a mental matter. So is failure.
Dr. Michele Ufer
Michele has raced some of the toughest ultramarathons in the world and repeatedly achieved top 10 rankings. The bestselling author helps athletes, managers and other high performers promote top performance. Michele conducted running psychology research on four continents.
Prof. Dr. Oliver Stoll
Oliver is an IRONMAN finisher and passionate marathon and ultra trail runner. He is professor for sports psychology and sociology at the Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, and vice-president of the German Association of Sports Psychology.
Dr. Konrad Smolinski
Konrad is an ultramarathon runner and training scientist coaching mainly runners and triathletes. He held a deputy professorship at the University of Jena, Germany, and still collaborates with the university in the field of sports psychology.
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