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Aug 19, 2019

Scott Douglas features in this weeks Interest Edition of the Physical Performance Show. Scott is a Veteran Running, Fitness and Health Journalist, former Senior Editor of Runner's World Magazine, Current Runner's World Online contributor and Best-Selling Author.

Scott is the Author of 6 Fantastic Running Books including the Little Red Book of Running, Advanced Marathoning with Pete Pfitzinger, Meb for Mortals and 26 Marathons with none other than episode 165 featured performer, US Great Meb Keflezighi Marathoner and most recently Scott gave birth to the book that he'd been wanting to write from more than two decades “Running is My Therapy: Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Fight Depression, Ditch Bad Habits, and Live Happier”. Scott himself is a lifelong Runner having clocked more than a 110,000 miles on his running odometer.

During this episode, Scott takes us behind the scenes of what it takes to produce a book like Running is My Therapy, the hours of research, the hours of preparation, the hours of labour. Scott also openly shares his own struggles throughout his life with low grade depression and the fascinating story of how Scott came to realise that he needed to seek assistance. If you ever wondered why you feel so good after a run or conversely why you feel so miserable, irritated or frustrated when you are unable to run then this is an episode you are going to really enjoy.  We discuss all things running for anxiety, depression and mood and the science that underpins just what is happening.

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