Turning Turmoil Into Triumph: Obstacle Racing As a True NorthBy firstname.lastname@example.org / December 16, 2015
The last year and a half has brought out of me a newfound dedication and passion for training. Despite my new resolve to train and compete, immediately before the Sacramento Super Spartan race, I found myself in a state of lull I haven’t experienced since my final few months as a collegiate track athlete. Why… Read more
Woodside Crossover Trail Race RecapBy email@example.com / December 13, 2015
The trail has a way of exposing you as a runner. In my career as a distance runner, I have had many ups and downs. Applied to pacing and training volume, my sprinters mentality has not translated particularly well to the longer distances. As a 32 year old I know I can’t sprint anymore. Life is… Read more
Every Day is Not Your Birthday: Stop Eating CakeBy firstname.lastname@example.org / December 12, 2015
This is an offensive rant post. Please do not read if you are easily offended and love cake. As a fitness professional, I participate in and overhear many conversations about eating. Many people claim to want to change their diets and are curious about what my collegues and I eat. Often as I describe my… Read more
Poop: How to Create a Good PoopBy email@example.com / December 11, 2015
I think a lot about my poop. I look at my poop. I smell my poop. I pay attention to the frequency, ease of pooping, volume and consistency of my poop on a daily basis. Last week I took it to the next level and put my poop in the mail.