Scott Douglas


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Scott Douglas is a contributing editor for Runner’s World. He has also been the editor of Running Times and Runner’s World’s news channel. Douglas has written or cowritten several other books, including the New York Times bestseller Meb for Mortals and perennial favorite Advanced Marathoning. He lives in South Portland, Maine.

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Advanced Marathoning

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The Little Red Book of Running

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Running Is My Therapy: Reli...

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Runner's World Complete Gui...

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“the awareness that emerges through paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally to the unfolding of experience moment by moment.”
Scott Douglas, Running Is My Therapy: Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Fight Depression, Ditch Bad Habits, and Live Happier

“having a present-only, judgment-free mind-set can lead to better performance.”
Scott Douglas, Running Is My Therapy: Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Fight Depression, Ditch Bad Habits, and Live Happier

“It can also lead to greater self-awareness, stress relief, and simple enjoyment of running. For fit and sedentary people alike, mindfulness has been shown to help with depression and anxiety.”
Scott Douglas, Running Is My Therapy: Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Fight Depression, Ditch Bad Habits, and Live Happier



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