Scott Douglas: Running Is My Therapy

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By Isobel Ross. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Episode 79 is a very interesting and pertinent chat with Scott Douglas. Scott is a veteran running, fitness, and health journalist who has held senior editorial positions at Runner’s World and Running Times. Much of his writing translates sport science research and elite best practices into practical guidance for everyday athletes. He is the author or coauthor of several running books, including Running Is My Therapy, Advanced Marathoning, and Meb for Mortals. In this interview we discuss his book ‘Running is My Therapy’ and how running helps runners with their mental health. I loved the book, and found it all very appropriate in this time of Covid. Are injuries or persistent niggles ruining your enjoyment of running and hindering your performance? Get on top of these now so that you can get back to the simple joy that is running!! Come in and see the specialists at Health and High Performance where they utilise the latest in technology, and experience, to help you get back to your running best. So to be at your running best go to www.healthhp.com.au/run to book an appointment and get back to feeling how good it feels to run without pain! Find them on instagram: HealthHighPerformance Scott Douglas' website is here Please don’t forget to get on over to apple podcast to rate and review with your honest and (hopefully positive!!) feedback. I currently have 27 reviews and am aiming for 100! Can you help me achieve my goal?? I am in the process of accepting new athletes into my coaching programs. If you are interested in getting some quality structured coaching, I have limited spaces available. Email me on Isobel@peakendurancecoaching.com.au or DM me on socials. I hope you enjoy the interview with Scott!

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