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The not-so-secret “secrets” of setting PRs

The not-so-secret “secret” of setting PRs is building backward from the race distance itself in terms of time needed to prepare and to establish race “markers” for progress along the way.  Then one must create fitness using an incrementally-based training … Continue reading

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It’s about time you thought about time

By Christopher Cudworth During one interesting but emotionally painful semester in college I studied the Philosophy of Existentialism with a professor named Richard Ylvisaker. We read the existentialism philosophers like Sartre and Camus. Somewhere along the way we encountered the … Continue reading

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Doing the possible so the impossible can happen

 By Christopher Cudworth There are accomplishments about which we all dream. Personal records we strive to achieve. At times these goals seem unreachable. Impossible. But we persist, doing the small things that add up to big changes in our bodies, … Continue reading

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