You might think that mindfulness is a practice that you carry out in silence and stillness, in a comforting and calm environment. If you understand mindfulness in this way, you may also believe that you can’t put it into practice while exercising. However, the good news is that you can actually run mindfully. As a matter of fact, mindful running is a practice that any runner can benefit from. Indeed, mindfulness has several positive psychological effects, including increased subjective well-being, reduced psychological symptoms and emotional reactivity, and better behavior regulation. Furthermore, mindful running can positively affect certain psychological disorders….