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It’s all about the transitions

Turns out you could actually use a little time in transition to reassess your values and figure out the many things in life that are not so perfect about you. Some might even be painfully neglected. A dose of reality and humility can be the toughest transition of all. That’s one of the tarsnakes of life. Continue reading

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Seeing your way clear to success

By Christopher Cudworth Those of you with perfect vision have no idea. How much. It sucks. To have bad eyesight. Early onset My eyes started going bad at about 12 years old. Which double-sucked, because that’s about the age when glasses … Continue reading

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The serious psychological business of a cycling or running comeback

By Christopher Cudworth with Monte Wehrkamp It is a painful, difficult challenge coming back from a major injury. The higher the level of sport in which you participate, the more difficult the task of reaching your former level of performance. … Continue reading

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Seeing your way to better running and riding

Right after graduating from college, I went to an optometrist in the little town of Decorah, Iowa where Luther College is located. The appointment was going well until the optometrist dilated my eyes and took a look inside. Then he … Continue reading

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