Wet Wipes for Athletes-Action Wipes

Anyone who has run a marathon, cycled a long race, or camped in the woods for 10 days will tell you wet wipes are the bang! Wet wipes are small,

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David Goggins Ultramarathoner Video-limit of the human spirit

David Goggins Ultramarathoner I found this video on facebook of all places: Titled marathon videos. David, who is also a Navy Sealcompleted the Mcnaughton 150 mile ultra-marathon in 33 hours.

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Injury 2008 Marathon Delayed

At the beginning of February my marathon training program was going really well. My miles had been creeping up steadily and I hadn’t been injured. My hamstrings were taught as

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Commitment

When you’re in junior high you’re afraid to tell your friends you like a girl because… well you’re in junior high. They may not like her, it may not work

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Runner’s Isolation

There is no garland of ivy leaves for the average runner. Each mile is its own reward. If you make it to 26.2 someone *might* tell you “great job”. But

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Let’s call this the comeback, again

Ran 13 miles for the first time since the fifth 3rd 15 mile race in April 2005. Recovery from injury gets harder with every year. Not that I am an

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Blood of the Father

Last post got me to thinking about the defining moments in any young man’s life. I am blessed in my own way to know what that moment was in my

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The thinning of the blood

In the icelandic sagas, the characters have particular concern for the thinning of the blood from their fathers. Sons tried to measure up to fathers. And it was considered very

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