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The Tarahumara Super Runners

Nestled in northern Mexico and the canyons of the Sierra Madre Occidental is a small tribe of indigenous people known as the Tarahumara. They call themselves Rarámuri, loosely translated as “running people,” “foot-runner,” “swift of foot,” or “he who walks well.” They are known for evading the Spanish conquerors in the sixteenth century and keeping their cave-dwelling culture alive and secluded. 155 more words

Health

Carry on My Wayward Son - review of Hill People Gear's Tarahumara Pack

Carry on My Wayward Son – review of Hill People Gear’s Tarahumara Pack

As I’ve traversed over the undulating and winding road through the world of Airsoft and MilSim, or as is our preferred nomenclature, ‘Plastic Deth’, I’ve noticed in recent years a steady cross pollination between both this pastime and the Out Doors and Every Day Carry lifestyles and movements … 1,450 more words

Airsoft MilSim

Limitations

I am fascinated by the idea of limitations.  How do we prevent ourselves from acheiving anything we want to achieve?  How do we keep ourselves living in potential versus actualization? 351 more words

Coach's Corner

Terrible Reviews: Born to Run

I know, I know. I just wrote about Natural Born Heroes, and here I go, writing about another Christopher McDougall, granola-crunching, you-are-your-own-gym dissertation.

Sorry about that. 1,321 more words

Running

Born To Run

Title: Born To Run

Author: Christopher McDougall

Number of Pages: 282

Nonfiction

Plot Overview: On a mission to answer the question, “Why does my foot hurt?”, McDougall journeys from his backyard to the Copper Canyons of Mexico. 299 more words

Nonfiction

Movie review - Run Free: The true story of Caballo Blanco

If you’ve read the amazing ‘Born to run‘ by Christopher McDougall, you’ll know something of the story of Caballo Blanco, also known as Micah True. 270 more words

Mexico, Sinaloa and Chihuahua

February 3 – 12, 2016.

Mazatlan or Topolobampo?

After more than 2 months into the Baja, we arrived on Mexico’s mainland on February 3rd, 2016 via the… 1,535 more words

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