Tag Archives: self-discovery

Learning things about ourselves

The nurses responsible for instructions on how to handle things after my meniscus surgery were both honest and cautious about the conditions I might face coming off the procedure. “You might need crutches,” one nurse told me. “When you go down … Continue reading

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How do you grade yourself as an athlete?

Getting good grades is one of the ways we measure our success in life. “Making the grade” is also how we’re assessed in business and other pursuits as well. How do you grade yourself as an athlete? Most commonly we … Continue reading

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How running and riding help conquer your fears

By Christopher Cudworth Fear is the emotion that too commonly keeps people from reaching their potential in all phases of life. We fear failure. We fear success. We fear rejection. We fear lack of will. We fear the unknown. We … Continue reading

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Be careful what you give up for your running and riding

Many people love the sports they choose because of the experiences it brings them. To finish a marathon, half marathon or even a 5K can be a life-changing event. To ride a Century, hammer through a criterium or put your … Continue reading

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