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Watch videos, listen to podcasts, and read articles where Dr. Chris is interviewed on how to champion your inner excellence.
Black Diamond Bootcamp
Pro climber Sam Elias hits a plateau in his climbing. He commits to training his mind and body with Joe Kinder and Dan Mirsky that will, hopefully, help him excel. This is his story @ BlackDiamondEquipment.com
Mindset Over Matter
Dr. Christina Heilman is interviewed about her own professional experiences, motivations, and how she finds balance in her life to maintain happiness. She explains what her mantra “pausing is more powerful than pushing” means, talks about overcoming negative thoughts in training, and discusses the concepts of lightness, play, and flow states and how that helps you navigate through a number of physical and mental challenges. Interview @ LivingBeyond120.com. June, 2018
Mental Side of Climbing
How to use imagery, setting realistic goals, performing under pressure, limiting beliefs to stay motivated and send. Interview @ TrainingBeta.com. Jan, 2018
Psychology of Injuries for Runners...and Any Athlete
Answering injured runners questions on what is the optimal way to psychologically deal with an injury and what tools can we acquire and sharpen during the recovery process. Learn how to honor the present, make a suffering inventory, and create a jar of awesomeness. Interview @ TrailManners.com . June, 2017
Stay Calm and Climb On
Learn how Chris works with youth to professional climbers to remain calm and focused when it matters most. Interview @ TrainingBeta.com. Nov, 2016
6 Ways to Maximize Your Recovery Days
Learn Chris's insights on how to avoid burnout so that you harness motivation, health, and fitness. Brittany Risher by @ MyFitnessPal. June, 2018
How I Learned to Rest
Sometimes the best thing to do for your fitness is nothing at all. Learn why. Interview by James Lucas @ Outside . March, 2017
Kodak Courage: Are Climbers Taking More Chances for the Camera?
Pushing limits is natural in sports but are adventure athletes taking it too far for the camera? Interview by Julie Ellison @ Climbing.com