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Running and riding acquaintances never grow old

Friendships made through running and riding have a timeless quality. Though times and efforts may change and even the ability to run and ride at all may diminish with time, the common bond of shared time on the road, track … Continue reading

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A maximal take on minimalist running

Let’s talk for a minute about minimalist running. Because we all want to run as naturally as possible. The real deal of course, is running barefoot. That puts you in direct contact with the ground with absolute and constructive feedback … Continue reading

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Racing through time at a walker’s pace

By Christopher Cudworth Dr. Joe is the ER physician who referred me to the amazing collarbone surgeon at OAD Orthopedics, and Joe sent a text this past Sunday afternoon just before my wife and I were going out for a … Continue reading

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Excuse me, Sir or Madam. Are you going to wear those running shoes forever?

Forever shoes. That’s how people who buy and wear running shoes for daily wear but are not really runners seem to view their rubbery footwear. Example: Standing in line one morning behind a woman wearing a pair of near-legacy New … Continue reading

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The miraculous power of healing

Think of the worst accident or injury you’ve had in life, and you may be inclined to dwell on the incident itself. Perhaps you crashed your bike. Tripped or slid on ice and broke a wrist while running. Or maybe … Continue reading

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Talking Half-Marathon, Women’s Running and Connections

At 8:00 a.m on a Sunday morning, the streets are usually quieter than usual. Perfect time to walk the dog and let thoughts wander. It hardly registered with me that that the wooden street barriers lying near street corners indicated … Continue reading

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Running and Riding Through the Tarsnakes of Unemployment

The Sanitary Sewer of Unemployment By Christopher Cudworth See that photo above? It’s a Sanitary Sewer cover on a neighborhood street. The term “sanitary sewer” is an oxymoron if you think about it. Or a euphemism, which is just as … Continue reading

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