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The long train ride home

While writing an email to my two children this morning I mentioned how weird it feels to be sixty-one years old. The best analogy I could create was that being sixty-plus is like being a on a long train that … Continue reading

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Your training music, is Classic Rock really good for you?

By Christopher Cudworth On the way home from a business appointment yesterday the Chicago Music station known as The Drive began playing an entire side of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s iconic “Deja Vu” album. I owned that LP back … Continue reading

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Run, it’s cheaper than therapy, and you can beat the Blue Meanies

By Christopher Cudworth As a nail-biting and moody kid from the get-go, I can relate to anyone and everyone who deals with anxiety and depression. Having a physical release can be vital to those who experience the very real challenges … Continue reading

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The antithesis of fitness

By Christopher Cudworth Having spent all of my life exercising my brains and guts out, running so far and so long that my body almost evaporated several times in the heat, it can be hard at times to pause and … Continue reading

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