Jen Wright is a co-founder of Real Human Performance here in Cincinnati. Jen specializes in stress management, performance optimization, and mind-body resilience training. She spent 18 years in health & human performance as a Science & Tech Advisor with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Defense Sciences Office, and later as a Deputy at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Performance Wing.
For the past ten years she’s been working as a posttraumatic growth coach and mind-body researcher working in trauma-recovery, addiction-recovery, and with other growth-minded humans that value personal development.
Today we talk about…
- The importance of breathing properly
- How to breathe as a long-distance runner
- Breathing as a way of relieving stress
- Using breath to promote mindful running and getting into the flow state
- Belly breathing vs. chest breathing and which is better for running
- How to get rid of side stitches
- And so much more!
Jen is an amazing human doing transformational work and I know you’re going to love this interview!
Be sure to check out Jen’s upcoming Breath Training Workshop for Runners: Fueled-Up and Stitch Free
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