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Downtime: The Key to Avoiding Burnout

If you’ve run for more than a few months, chances are good you’ve felt like I did this past Wednesday morning. Every step getting out of bed looked like the tin man trying to bend rusted joins. 297 more words


Being an Ironman Finisher: The Illusion of Having My Sh!t Together

If you tell someone that you’ve finished an Ironman, or if they happen to be perceptive enough to figure it out because you have the logo on your car, a sweatshirt, a gear bag, a set of earrings, a coffee mug, talk about it constantly, devote an entire blog to it, and have the overwhelming race-fee-poverty stench (it’s a thing, it’s called Eau d’ I’mBroke) 1,350 more words


The Check Sum of Human Knowledge Transfer

“Tell them what you are going to tell them; tell them; then tell them what you told them.” The idea that something heard least three times is more likely to be remembered. 502 more words


Cochrane and related training in 2018

Are you looking for some training in systematic review methodology, or a related topic? Here’s our collection of available workshops through to July in 2018. Follow the links to find out more! 1,013 more words

Systematic Reviews

Under Armour HOVR Sonic Shoes

I’m home from vacation now, and look what I came back to!  It was in the 50s (10s) when I left, and now look at it!  667 more words



Currently my miles are dismally low. Our “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” weather in Montana gives us runners a daily opportunity to test our resolve. 584 more words

Trail Running

Princess Half Marathon Training Log - Week 9

After finishing my last double digit training run last Sunday, it was nice to have a lower intensity training schedule this past week, especially since I started the week off not feeling well and needing to take some extra rest days.  703 more words