The pavement is broad and, even during busy times, there is generally room for everyone, which makes this joggers angry shove all the more chilling.
So far, so good - but the picture becomes quite different when people use a jog to try and burn off anger.
That seething, aggressive energy may help someone run faster and longer, but heading out for a run with these sorts of emotions swirling inside you is a potentially lethal plan.
ll of this can send the angry runner into a vicious cycle. Round and round they go – and heaven help anyone who gets in their way.
Another factor is that running can tune out your conscious brain, which means you begin to interact with the world in a more primal way.
nfortunately, ‘rage runners’ can also be found among them.