Entries by Carol Torgan, Ph.D.

The Magic of Red Helmets

Our ability to balance and grasp objects and accelerate our limbs through space allows us to experience the multidimensional, multisensory, global playground around us. Our urge to play and explore are so innately woven into our DNA that we routinely create new ways to engage with our universe – to experience wind and water and […]

Are humans designed to be endurance runners?

“A squirrel can probably outrun most humans.” — Dan Lieberman, Ph.D., professor of biological anthropology, Harvard University Have you experienced Zen-like runs in which you glide along, your limbs moving rhythmically, your breath even, your heart echoing the beat of the world around you, and your senses alive? And have you experienced runs where your […]