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The bloom of fitness

The bloom of fitness is a near miraculous feeling. After waking countless mornings fatigued from training, a dawn arrives where one rises rested even after a hard workout. The brain comes alive. The body feels ready to do that next … Continue reading

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What it really means to compete

Competition is good or all of us. Whether we want to admit it or not, competition forces us to reckon with who we really are. What we care about. How hard we’re willing to try to get what we want … Continue reading

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Overtraining is a tarsnake that can really bring an athlete down

By Christopher Cudworth The tarsnake of overtraining For most athletes struggling to find time to fit quality workouts into their busy lives, the concept of “overtraining” seems foreign and unlikely. But most elite athletes will tell you, it is actually … Continue reading

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