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3 timely lessons about running and riding in the heat

By Christopher Cudworth Lessons learned are like bridges burned, you only need to cross them but once… Is the knowledge gained worth the price of the pain, are the spoils worth the cost of the hunt?   –Dan Fogelberg, from the … Continue reading

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Beware the Englishman, the tarsnake of bonk and the wall

As competitive runners, my best friend and I were always pounding each other in training. Seldom did a run proceed at less than 6:00 pace. We learned that habit in an era when everyone ran fast all the time. Intensity … Continue reading

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