Tag Archives: athletic injury

How running and riding help you adapt to changes in life

By Christopher Cudworth It is so easy to fall into routines in life that we resist change when it inevitably comes along. People get comfortable and they want everything to stay the same. It happens all the time, and in … Continue reading

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Trading places in the operating room and beyond

By Christopher Cudworth Last summer while riding with my significant gal friend we took a trail through a beautiful section of forest preserve about 10 miles from home. The trail follows a ridge of glacial kame through a woods with … Continue reading

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The art of managing your “athletic identity” when you’re hurt or sick

Everyone knows that getting injured sucks. No, it really sucks. More than sucks. Being hurt grinds you down to the nub of who you are, not who you want to be. In that circumstance, you had better be prepared to … Continue reading

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