Brad Stulberg,

Brad Stulberg

Asheville, NC, United States

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  • Women's Running
  • The New York Times
  • Medium
  • Outside Magazine
  • Runner's World
  • Pocket
  • Thrive Global
  • iamwire
  • Quartz
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Past articles by Brad:

Why You Should Cultivate a Fluid Sense of Self

The key to navigating change in life is to have a diversified sense of self. → Read More

The Benefits of Daily Movement

In this excerpt from ‘The Practice of Groundedness,’ author Brad Stulberg explains how ritualizing exercise benefits your brain and body. → Read More

My O.C.D. Diagnosis Was a Blessing, Until It Became Too Central to My Identity

Getting a mental health diagnosis can be a huge relief. But can the label become a problem? → Read More

Why You Feel So Tired All the Time

Brad Stulberg, author of The Practice of Groundedness, explains that we feel tired all the time. → Read More

There is No Such Thing as An Overnight Breakthrough. We Need to Learn the Practice of Patience

"In order to make a meaningful difference in just about anything consequential, the work you put in needs to persist long enough to break through inevitable barriers and plateaus." → Read More

A Guide to Developing a Deep Reading Habit

Deep reading, or full engagement in a book, is an absolute joy. It is good for mind and spirit, and it is also a competitive advantage in today’s knowledge-based economy. Increasingly, people… → Read More

The Mental Benefits of Being Terrible at Something

The first 80 percent and the last 20 percent of skill acquisition are enormously and uniquely valuable → Read More

6 Principles for Navigating Challenges in Life

How to constantly evolve as the world continues to shift around you → Read More

The Importance of Hardiness

How to embrace tough situations and use them in your favor → Read More

7 Wellness Strategies to Build Resilience

The following evidence-based strategies will help you build a solid, strong, and resilient body and mind. → Read More

The Pandemic Is a Marathon. Here's How to Stay Strong.

Now more than ever, getting through the pandemic requires patience, pacing, persistence, and purpose → Read More

Why a Little Discipline Goes a Long Way

If someone identifies what they really want, achieving it will almost always require some form of restriction on freedoms. → Read More

Why You Should Consider Dry Needling for Common Running Pain

Physical therapists insert thin (acupuncture-like) needles into tense bands of muscle. Would you try it? → Read More

Why You're Tired All the Time

It is important to differentiate between the two sensations of fatigue, because the response each requires couldn't be more different → Read More

Why We're All Gardening and Baking So Much

The journey toward a concrete and tangible goal tends to leave a wonderful feeling in its wake → Read More

Have We Been Thinking About Pain All Wrong?

New research says yes. Fortunately, there's something we can do about it. → Read More

Are Your Days All a Blur? Here's How to Change That.

Having a solid routine is more important than ever right now. → Read More

6 Rules for Staying Active During a Pandemic

Amid so much uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps the most important thing you can do for your mental and physical health right now is to regularly move your body. → Read More

The Great Fitness Scam

The United States leads the world in spending for health and fitness but still ranks lowest in measurements of actual health. How do we break the cycle? → Read More

The Truth About Routines

As is usually the case with morning routines, the truth is a bit more complicated and a lot more freeing. → Read More