We all conform to a common blueprint but we learn to run in ways that accommodate our unique running fingerprint.
One slight problem with todayâ€™s so-called â€œmindfulness movementâ€ is due toÂ vague, lofty claims and generalizations about what it is and what it can do, especially in the area of human performance.
Understanding the physiological effects of positive emotionsÂ such as caring, compassion or appreciation for someone or somethingÂ can actually go a long way in helping peopleÂ reduceÂ their risky training behaviors.
Itâ€™s largely through heightened body awareness that past traumas can be renegotiated and revisited rather than relived repeatedly.
There have always been inspirational runners who defy conventional beliefs regarding aging and human performance. The truth of the matter is that the biopsychology of aging remains largely a mystery.