Health & Medicine

July 19, 2015 5:11 PM

Don't sabotage yourself ahead of summer sporting events

In summer, many people consider doing their very first 5K run, organized bike ride or race, swimming event and more. Unfortunately, people often sabotage themselves leading up to race day without even knowing it.

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