June 18, 2021

Listener Favorites: Steve Magness | Sustainable Peak Performance

Listener Favorites: Steve Magness | Sustainable Peak Performance

Steve Magness has been a serious runner since the age of 14. Since then, he’s developed techniques and strategies for sustaining peak performance not only while running, but during life in general as well. He has helped Olympic athletes train to be the...


Steve Magness has been a serious runner since the age of 14. Since then, he’s developed techniques and strategies for sustaining peak performance not only while running, but during life in general as well. He has helped Olympic athletes train to be their best, and he has seen the power stress and anxiety can play, both positive and negative, in lives. Take a listen to our latest episode to see how you can maintain your peak performance in your life by following Steve’s path!

 

Steve Magness is a runner, coach, exercise physiologist, and a writer. He’s the author of The Science of Running and is the current cross country coach at the University of Houston. He also coaches professional runners who compete in World Championships and the Olympics. He runs the website scienceofrunning.com.

 

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Steve Magness

Steve Magness is a performance coach, author, and lecturer.

Steve is a world-renowned expert on performance, having coached numerous professional athletes to Olympic and world championship levels. Steve has coached seven athletes top Top-15 finishes at a World Championship, twelve athletes to births on the World Championship or Olympic teams, and guided over twenty-five Olympic Trials Qualifiers. Recently, he helped guide Roberta Groner, a 41-year old full-time nurse, to 6th place at the 2019 World Championships in the marathon. He has worked with professional sports teams and individual athletes on mental skills and toughness, including some of the top professional teams in sport.