Yet with this deliberate forward march of technological advancements have come some quickly-devised byproducts, including the language we use to describe speed itself. To start, there are athletes who travel extreme lengths under their own power and choose to craft these experiences in written memoirs. These athletic memoirs offer a valuable lesson about the way movement changes the people we become. In writing about movement, landscape and body engage in an unavoidable give and take as each moves past the other; this is to say, when we walk or run, the scenery and people around us are not just passersby. Traveling at the speed of technological engineering—by jetplane or car—no such relationship is possible; only as humans do we experience the simultaneous slowness and expedience of speed. Two athlete-authors provide prime examples of the way movement can change a life.
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