Running hasn’t always been popular and neither has its research. A small group of biomechanists rethought the way we use our bodies to run and it’s dramatically different than a faster version of walking.
Thought and Action are much more connected than we typically think: Simply imagining or watching actions can influence how you perform similar actions. Hear the studies and descriptions of this phenomenon in this episode.
The best athletes are experts at automatizing their movements. When monitored correctly, they experience peak performances. Hear psychologists and athletes describe automaticity and you can how to improve it.
In the episode: Jessica Lopez, Nielsen Savage, Aiden Moran, Allison Bragger
As sport fans, we subject ourselves to anxiety and depression nearly every week. Why do we do it (especially when victory is more often a relief than a prolonged high)?
This episode explores sport and the reasons why we care so much about sports.
On the episode: Prof. Daniel Wann, Eric Simons, Daniel Perkowski, and Soner Yorgun.