R4J Library: June 2017

Running booksEach month I list recommended articles, books, and videos that appeared in R4J blog posts or in our Facebook group during the month.  See the Library Page on the Run4Joy Website for links to all monthly Library posts. (more…)

R4J Library May 2017: Recommended Running Books and Articles

Running booksEach month I collect recently recommended running books and articles that appeared in blog or Facebook posts during the past month.  Links to monthly Library posts are collected on the Library Page on the Run4Joy Website for future reference. (more…)

Run 4 Joy Library: April 2017

Running booksEach month I intend to list recommended resources that have been cited in blog posts or shared on our Facebook group during the month.  Links to monthly Library posts will be collected on the Library Page on the Run4Joy Website for future reference.

 

 

 

ARTICLES

One hour of Running May Add Seven Hours to your Life by Gretchen Reynolds

How to Transform your Running Form with One Single Exercise, by Jenny Hadfield

Running is a Thinking Person’s Sportby Gretchen Reynolds

Want to Give Your Brain a Boost? Running May Be the Answer by Alexis Blue

Four Ways to Completely Reinvent Yourself as an Older Runner by Allie Burdick

How Many Calories Does Running Burnby Rashelle Brown

50 Years After Sparking a Revolution, an Icon Runs Boston Again by Amanda Loudin

A Coach Shares Seven Common Half Marathon Mistakes She Sees by Jenny Hadfield

Five Common Spring Training Errors to Avoid by John Fiore, DPT

I Lost My Leg in the Boston Marathon Bombing—and Then Trained to Run the Race by Rosie McCall

VIDEO

Do the Galloway  from Run Disney

First woman to officially run Boston Marathon finishes race again at 70  by Kaelyn Forde

Coming Back: Mirror Neurons

I am writing on Earth Day weekend, surrounded by messages that applaud the role of science in understanding ourselves and our universe.  I have long been a science junkie, admittedly on an amateur scale.  Botany and geology were favorite “fun” classes that I took while majoring in other subjects. In recent years, I have been swept up in the findings of neuroscience about structure and function in the human brain. (more…)