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Indian Running

Civilized man does not know his powers

— Georges Comte De Buffon, 1749

I recently read Peter Nabokov’s 1981 book, Indian Running:  Native American History and Tradition…

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Trail Running

“Think Easy, Light, Smooth, and Fast. You start with easy, because if that’s all you get, that’s not so bad. Then work on light. Make it effortless, like you don’t give a shit how high the hill is or how far you’ve got to go.

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Creel, Sierra Tarahumara

Creel is a little town in the Sierra Tarahumara, which is located in the state of Chihuahua in Mexico. It is home of the Copper Canyon, one of the deepest canyons in Mexico. 198 more words


A Book All Runners Should Read

As I type this, I’m questioning whether or not I need to write yet another review concerning an already well-established book, but it’s simply too good not to address! 324 more words


1511 - Born to Run - far not fast

My daughters gave me ‘Born to Run’ by Chris McDougall for Father’s Day – both of them bought me the same book – talk about being destined to read it. 1,294 more words

Other Perspectives #73

Newsflash. Life is not a competition. And if you have chosen to enter some contest that involves physical competition then that’s why it’s called a con-test. 235 more words

Guilt, Regret And Stress

Running NYC Marathon 2015

Running has not been my thing but quite honestly in the realm of physical training/ fitness, nothing has been my thing. I have always loved to walk. 1,522 more words