We were so happy to speak to William Pullen about his book Run for Your Life: Mindful Running for a Happy Life. We discuss more about dynamic running thereapy and how to use it and how it was developed.
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**As heard on Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s ‘Feel Better, Live More’ Podcast**
all know how a long walk, a slow jog or a brisk run can free our minds
to wander, and give us a powerful uplifting feeling. Some call it the
‘runner’s high’, others put it down to endorphins. But what if we could
channel that energy and use it to make positive change in our lives?
Pullen is a psychotherapist who helps people dealing with anxiety, lack
of motivation and addition, to work through their issues using his
revolutionary method, Dynamic Running Therapy. He believes that we need a
radical new approach to mindfulness: an approach that originates in the
Whether you are looking for strategies to cope with
anxiety, change or decision-making, or simply want to focus your mind
while pounding the streets, Run for Your Life offers a series of simple mental routines that unleash the meditative, restorative powers of exercise.