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Category Archives: running
Is Running Barefoot Better For You?
I’ve never done anything this audacious, but I do the know the feeling at a much smaller scale. After four hours in the saddle, sometimes there’s nothing better than a warm, flat Coke. A Run That Lasts 100 Miles A … Continue reading
Here’s what I know about fitness: the same thing doesn’t work for everyone. It’s like Curly said in City Slickers, you gotta find your one thing. Stick with that, and everything else falls in place. But figuring out that one … Continue reading
From ChiRunning. When you’re one step ahead of the Grim Reaper like I am, fine-tuning becomes more and more important. Video at ChiRunning
Winter running tips from ChiRunning. Check it out here. You know you’re listening to a die-hard runner when he’s talking about taking an exacto-knife to his shoes’ insoles. Also worth reading at Well: Are your kids getting enough exercise? School … Continue reading
Or at least, I have from time to time. I’ve had an on again, off again relationship with running. As a kid, I didn’t think about it. I never ran track, but running was a huge part of conditioning for … Continue reading