Running and Fitness

The fitness community likes to sit on a pedestal. They’ll say 90% of people shouldn’t run. They tell you it’s high impact and bad for you. Or that you can see greater benefit from lifting weights and functionally training your big toe, as long as you track your macros and use PR glue. I setContinue reading “Running and Fitness”

Volunteered Hardship

In today’s world, we come up with activities to mimic our ancestral struggles. As humans, we’ve evolved to leverage tools and technology to answer the call of inconveniences. Instead of running from bears, we go for a jog or a luxuriously paved hike. Instead of hunting for food, we go to the grocery store. InsteadContinue reading “Volunteered Hardship”

I Run Because

You strap on your shoes. Lace them up from the bottom to top. Making sure your socks are nice and smooth to reduce the blister risk. Step outside and turn on your distance tracking/speed tracking app. Thumb through previous runs and set a target for today’s run. With the headphones blaring, you get started. TheContinue reading “I Run Because”