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How I Learned To Love Exercise. It all counts.
Doug Brenner knew something was wrong when he awoke from a nap and felt as though he couldn’t move. More. …And more. …In 1961, Don was on the Class C Anaheim High School football team. Starting in September, when it was very hot, our practices were between two and three hours. In full uniform gear. No water breaks/bottles. No sitting. No sense.
Gene Dykes didn’t beat Ed Whitlock’s age group world record!!! …Dykes explains.
Phil Sutton, editor of the Oregon Track Club Newsletter, writes: A July 22, 1959 article in the Eugene Guard newspaper announced that the Emerald Empire Athletic Association (later the Oregon Track Club) would be offering kids individual track and field instruction. Parents could call DI 3-7463 any Thursday evening and either Bob Newland, Bill Bowerman, or Bud Robertson would “hustle to the University of Oregon PE field to handle the teaching….” Unfortunately the article restricted the phone call program to “any parent wishing instruction for
Magness/Stulberg: Really Caring About Something Can Be a Gift or a Curse
Fit hacks from The Financial Times. …Baby food?
Sports Illustrated’s Fittest 50. Note how much they cross train.
Update on the 90 year old cyclist who tested positive. Here.
This just in. Vin Lananna, our coach, is back with Sunday morning training at Autzen Stadium.
Should We Really Care About Cadence? …Don’t miss the related article by Alex Hutchinson. Back in the day, a changing cast of characters in Santa Clarita did a weekly Sunday long run, usually 24 miles. Sometimes after 20 miles, we would do minute on, minute off drills, timing our steps, with 180 being the goal. It kinda worked, but usually for only 3-5 “on” before our legs started to protest too much.
Alex Hutchinson says…A Post-Workout Soak Might Boost Performance. By the photo, I guess it’s best done naked in a mountain hot spring.
the morning shakeout. Has some nice words about Joe Vigil. I met Joe on the plane returning from the 2012 Olympic Trials. Very friendly to all.
Why Mountains Make You Dumber. …Really? Ever exercised yourself silly? If adapted and rested, chances are you’re as smart (or stupid) at the top of Mt. Whitney as a you are at sea level.
Electric bikes! Suddenly appearing on the Willamette River trail, racing by walkers, people with strollers or dogs…