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Why endurance athletes should be the greatest salespeople in the world.

It’s one of the tarsnakes of existence that we must learn from our pain. It teaches us by correcting our wrongs. But it also teaches us that by working through the pain we can achieve great things. Continue reading

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Getting stoned is not what it used to be

None of us gets through life unscathed by health issues or other calamities. Having had my own share of bump-ups the past few years; broken collar bone, infected finger, dim-witted bike crash with stitches in my chin and a bruised … Continue reading

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Is it possible to overcome pain?

By Christopher Cudworth Pain is an integral part of any endurance sport. It follows that overcoming pain and discomfort is an element of success. But what is the actual secret to the ability of overcoming pain? Is that even possible? … Continue reading

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