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The #1 Reason To Train

“… looking fit and being fit are not necessarily the same. Being fit is being capable of performing physically in the real world with effectiveness and efficiency, and especially when the situation and the environment are challenging.” ~Erwan Le Corre

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The 3 BEST exercises you can do

“The cure for sitting at a desk is not sitting on a workout machine. It is movement. Animals don’t exercise, they do what is required to survive.” ~Erwan Le Corre If you thought I was going to actually give you

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My Personal Transition into Minimalist Footwear Part 5

  “When you’ve worn a positive-heeled shoe the bulk of your life, your tiny parts are distributed differently than you need them to be in order to walk with your heels down. To transition abruptly is to run the risk

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My Personal Transition into Minimalist Footwear Part 3

“Nearly everyone who runs in minimal drop shoes will tell you they feel awesome on your feet and give you better ground feel. They make for a much more enjoyable running experience that makes it very hard to go back

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My Personal Transition into Minimalist Footwear Part 2

“Yet with all this ultra-running going on, no data on running injuries exists prior to the creation of the modern, super-structured running shoe in the 1970s. Does that mean no one ever got hurt? More likely, it means runners were

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My Personal Transition into Minimalist Footwear Part 1

“One surprising advantage the Tarahumara seem to have over the rest of the world is their lack of technology. They essentially run barefoot or in sandals and experience very little in the way of injury. Over the years, running shoes

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Move Your DNA – A Book Review

“Your body will accomplish amazing things if you allow it to do what it is designed to do.” ~David Soto Jr. Yep, I just quoted myself. I have said this a lot over the years and there is a reason

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The Manitou Incline, The Toughest Mile Of My Life.

“Human bodies are designed for regular physical activity. The sedentary nature of much of modern life probably plays a significant role in the epidemic incidence of depression today. Many studies show that depressed patients who stick to a regimen of

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