Scott Douglas’ Terse Bloviation


Here are links to some articles, organized by publication. Books page is here.


A Runner’s Guide to CBD

For Depression and Anxiety, Running is a Unique Therapy

How to Think Like Experienced Runners

Is Ignorance Bliss When it Comes to Race Courses?

Are Decathlon Sports’s $35 Running Shoes Any Good?

Why Don’t More Elites Post Their Training Online?

16 Quirky Runner Types

Where Did My Leg Muscles Go?

11 Types of Annoying Training Partners

Bernd Heinrich Profile

Bill Squires Profile

Ed Whitlock Profile


How to Exercise to Boost Your Mood

Exercise as an Antidote to Male Loneliness

The Fat-Burning Zone is a Myth

A Guide to Training by Heart Rate


Why Isn’t Exercise Prescribed for Depression in the United States?

Iten, The Running Mecca

The Irish Priest Who Saved Kenyan Running

Road Racing, Kenyan Style


Interview With a Chocolate Researcher

Health Risks of Performance-Enhancing Drugs

How Forks Gave Us Overbites

Performing Music Leads to Runner’s High

5 Comments so far

  1. Lorenzo February 8th, 2009 9:17 am

    I hope you put all you’re stuff back online. Some is real motivational and it’s always a nice read! You’re site and articles made me a much better runner!

  2. Jim2 August 22nd, 2009 3:25 pm


    I miss the articles that were on your previous website, especially “The Second Tier Disappears” and “Gallo Whoppers”. I have linked to both articles several times over the years in posts on running forums and in essays that I have posted on my Running Page. Any chance that you will revive them here?

  3. Kobus October 24th, 2009 3:18 am

    I have read your articles on Kenyan runners and Bro Colm O Connell and found it very interesting.
    I am part of a support team of an olympian middle distance runner and would like to go and visit Bro Colm.
    Is there any advise you can give me on how to get hold of him and when is the best time to go and visit him

  4. Andrew A. April 17th, 2010 11:44 am

    It is no small secret that I have long been a fan of the Scott Speaks column that used to grace the back page of RT and would love to be able to read a collection of it.

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