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Jessica Beard: Five Times World Champion 4×400 M Relay Shares Her Secrets Of An Exceptional Achiever

Jessica Beard
Photo Credit: Global Athletics

Jessica Beard is an American sprinter who qualified for the 2009 IAAF World Championships in the 4×400-meter relay and 400 meters. She won the gold medal with the relay team.

Representing the United States Jessica Beard won the following Gold at World Championships

Gold medal – first place                                Gold medal – first place                                Gold medal – first place                Silver medal – second place Gold medal – first place                Gold medal – first place                                  2009 Berlin          2011 Daegu 2013 Moscow 2015 Beijing 2019 Doha 2019 Doha 4×400 m relay 4×400 m relay 4×400 m relay 4×400 m relay Mixed relay 4×400 m relay
In Pan American Junior Gold medal – first place Bronze medal – third place                            2007 São Paulo 2007 São Paulo   4×400 m relay 400 m

Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar had a candid interview with Jessica Beard, Five times World Champion in 4×400 m relay where she talks about her workout, diet, hair & skin care secrets and about her exceptional achievements in the track and field at the world championships.

Namita Nayyar:

You are 2019 IAAF World Champion in Mixed 4x400m relay and 4x400m relay. Share your mental & physical strategies to achieve your goal?

Jessica Beard
Photo Credit: Billie Weiss for Global Athletics
Jessica Beard:

My preparation physically shifts into becoming focused on consistently doing efforts asked of me with ease and at a high intensity. Mentally, I approach training and prep as I would a competition so I can simulate the mind-set and prepare my body for the responses of high competition

Namita Nayyar:

Were your eyes set on becoming a professional athlete? If not, when did you decide to choose this as a career?

Jessica Beard:

No my eyes weren’t set on becoming a professional athlete. I just wanted to win individual national championships in NCAA and I knew that consistently performing in the top 4 nationally could present me with an opportunity to be a contracted professional athlete. It became a reality for me once I met with sport agents that discussed future opportunities for be to advance my running career

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