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“The pursuits of each creative expression in running mirror each other in so many powerful ways, which I’ve been thinking about a lot recently. They are both this exploration towards a goal or outcome. The process is at the same time rewarding, hard, and there are obvious parallels. It takes patience, time, and the willingness to keep showing up until you break through.“
– Abbey Cooper
This month’s Soul Sister Sessions is all about Creativity. Abbey and Julia answer a range of listener questions, exploring a range of different themes around creativity and how to manage various creative processes and challenges.They cover the following themes:
- Check-in and catch up
- The concept of creative action and the expanses of creativity
- The idea that everyone is creative
- Time of day and how that influences and nurtures creativity
- Creative expression and running, and how movement and creativity intersect
- How to manage multiple ideas and strategies for problem solving
- Consuming for inspiration, taking time out, and balancing the need for stimulus and space
- Managing media consumption
- Some personal creative goals for Abbey and Julia
This podcast is sponsored by Platinum PT. Platinum Physical Therapy is a private practice sports medicine clinic whose mission is to provide evidence-based physical therapy care to help people live their healthiest lives possible. They have clinics located in Ashland, Hopkinton, and Milford Massachusetts, just outside of Boston. The physical therapists at Platinum PT work with their patients one on one at every treatment in order to provide consistent care from day one until discharge. They are runners themselves and understand the demands that endurance athletes experience in training at the recreational and elite levels. In addition to traditional physical therapy through insurance, they offer cash pay services including use of the Alter-G anti-gravity treadmill, strength & conditioning programming, running gait analysis, dry needling, and telehealth appointments for those far away.
Xendurance is a nutrition company based out of Phoenix Arizona, providing high quality nutrition and recovery products for athletes. Xendurance proudly makes products that are science based for optimal health and performance. They have a large Pro-Team of talented athletes, including ROO’s own Soul Sister Abbey Cooper. All their products are made with the finest ingredients and to the highest quality. They are certified by multiple standards and all their products undergo strict analytic testing to comply with the World Anti Doping Agency, International Olympic Committee and other major sporting leagues.
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