Bernd Heinrich is a professor, author, and long-distance runner. Bernd has made major contributions to the study of insect physiology and behavior, and has written 18 books, the majority of which examine the physiological and behavioral adaptations of animals to their physical environment. Some of his other writings pertain more to Bernd’s running career, including Why We Run, which was formally known as Racing the Antelope. Bernd has set numerous records in American ultra-running including a 24 hour run where he covered 156 miles and a 100 mile run that he covered in 12 hours and 27 minutes.
You’re not going to finish a race until you take one step at a time.