We work with individuals, groups, and from elite to recreational, in a range of different sports and to do in a friendly supportive way. Email us your story and we will see if we can help.
Dr Helen Lane has a PhD in attitudes to eating among exercisers. She has authored several articles including the commonly used measure of mood called the The Brunel Mood Scale and a version of the Eating Attitude Test.
Andy Lane has a PhD and is BASES accredited sport and exercise scientist, a fellow of BASES, Chartered by the British Psychological Society, and a psychologist registered with the Health Professionals Council (see registration details).
We are both runners. We ran the London marathon in 2015 as “good for age runners” where Andy completed his first sub 3 hour marathon. Both of us have run over 400 parkruns. Helen ran 120km at the “Thunderun” 24-hour event in 2015.
The idea for the website was to bring our work together under one roof. For students, we hope this is useful. There are lectures, presentations, links to articles, and links to videos; some of the videos are ours and others are produced by world leading authors.
For athletes, coaches, and people interested in managing unwanted inner states, there are pages on psychological skills training techniques such as imagery, anxiety regulation, and emotion regulation. There are some really good features including videos on psychological skills that we located on the website. There is information and resources for people wanting change their habits, eat healthier, move more often, enjoy life more.