Popular running culture tends to reflect the beliefs and priorities of the era that generates it.
The problem in front of us all is how to live in a world that is being increasingly dominated by negative forces; how to become possible channels for transmission of positive forces. How not to get oneself caught into the stream of negativity.
The Way of Running delves into a world unknown to most runners: we have much more strength than we think.
We all conform to a common blueprint but we learn to run in ways that accommodate our unique running fingerprint.
One slight problem with today’s so-called “mindfulness movement” is due to vague, lofty claims and generalizations about what it is and what it can do, especially in the area of human performance.