Slowing Down to Run Faster: A Sense-able Approach to Movement
Slowing Down to Run Faster: Sense-able Approach to Movement is a part self-help guide to life and part lessons about the act of running. Too many people around the world run to get to the next activity or beat their bodies down because of daily stress, but Edward Yu tells us, through science and experience, that this is not necessary. While running fast is what every runner strives to do on the running course, when you are running through life, slowing down can get you places much quicker than speeding through. Yu breaks his book up into three sections, about life, practical matters, and more of life; then lessons at the end to help those who have picked up this book to learn about the physical aspect of running.
Yu packs a lot of helpful information in his book. I like how the text doesn’t just pertain to physical running (which is still informative), but it includes mental aspects of our run through life, such as dealing with anxiety and fear; I believe that both coincide and are needed to be together. Readers who enjoy self-help and actual running will enjoy this book.
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