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The Psychology of Running, Paperback / softback Book

The Psychology of Running Paperback / softback

Part of the The Psychology of Everything series

Paperback / softback


Why do people run? How can I improve my running performance? Will running help me feel better?The Psychology of Running provides a unique insight into why running is such a popular form of exercise and competition.

From evolutionary perspectives on why humans have needed to run and how our bodies have adapted for this function, to discussing evidence-based interventions that can improve running performance, the book delves into the psychological motivations and benefits of running.

The book also considers ways in which running can be used for social change and life skill development, highlighting how such a simple activity can have benefits for our physical and mental health. Providing proven psychological strategies and techniques to help improve running performance and boost our individual self-belief, The Psychology of Running shows us how we can enjoy running, no matter our age or ability.


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