Yes, I’m late. Was traveling most of the day. Now back in Eugene.
Leave No Trace Also Means Your Food
Q&A with Amby Burfoot
What should we read? …Left and right, Dems and Reps, believers and atheists, rich and poor, vegans and vegetarians and everything-in-sighters… Those people on the other side just might be ok, even fun and smart, who can cause us to pause, even think.
Nicholas Kristof and daughter on the PCT. Six Years, Four Sore Feet, 2,650 Miles
Jen A. Miller/NYT: Running While Female. And more.
On Friday we posted a piece from Steve and Brad recommending Junger’s Tribe and Braving the Wilderness. We’d already enjoyed Tribe. Now ditto on the latter. …How smugly self satisfied can we be?
Q&A with Tyler Hamilton
The Barkley Marathons Creator Is Walking Across the Country…
September OTC Newsletter
No. 1 son summits Mount Eddy. …Eddy Details.
The Wizard of Foz …The story of Dick Fosbury.
Welch begins his chapters with the greatest collection of stirring epigrams I’ve ever found in a single work. That means it is a history filled with the suffering of pursuing a new idea in a world fanatically ready to doubt. It is about the power of invention, and the need for wisdom in teachers confronted by that invention. Fosbury and our society have needed decades to be able to fully tell or accept Dick’s story. Now it is done, and Welch does magnificent justice to it all. ~Kenny Moore
Jane Brody on countering muscle loss.
Extreme Athleticism Is the New Midlife Crisis
Harvard Business Review: 4 Strategies for Overcoming Distraction. Too busy or just inefficient?
Don’t Tell People Coffee Causes Cancer, FDA Warns California
Americans to watch in Brussels
Liz Applegate: The 15 Best Foods For Runners
An Ode to Being Old. Less stressed, likely happier.
Brad and Steve: Community and Belonging
I just want to say one word to you. Then. And now. PRs for only 30 bucks. …Previously tested and failed. Here.
What if I told you there was a Netflix for books, audiobooks and ebooks…only it was free? Best deal on the planet: The public Library. ~Steve Magness
American Pie. In China.
Slightly More Than 100 Fantastic Articles
We Can Read Without Learning at All
…they found that people expended more total energy — meaning they burned more calories — on days when they exercised than days when they did not. But not by much. In fact, their total daily expenditure was increased by only about half as much as would have been expected, given the number of calories they were burning during exercise, because they moved less in other ways on those days. Read
Climbing Utah’s Highest Peak—On Prosthetic Feet
Discover the Unsearchable on a Trail
Using Checklists to Prevent Failure
“I don’t shop at Walmart.” How often do you hear that? Several days ago a group of us started a bike ride at a trail head next to a Walmart. It seemed like every rider had to make sure we understood they never shopped at Walmart. Even to use the potty. …Just for the deplorables?
Coming up on NBCSN. On Thursday, Zurich Diamond League, 11 AM, PDT. On Friday, Brussels Diamond League, 11 AM, PDT.
For all that football revealed to me about my own strengths and weaknesses, it revealed not a bit more than jogging to a nearby college running track on a dusky, cold fall evening and running a set of six 800-meters repeats with a 400-meter jog in between. Alone. You finish that workout and afterward, you feel mighty damn tough. Every bit as tough as after rising from a kill shot in the secondary. ~Tim Layden, It’s Time We Realize Football Is a Little Less Important
Alex Hutchinson: How Heat Therapy Could Boost Your Performance
A startling number of women say they have been harassed while running
Jen A. Miller/NYT: When Everything Goes Right …More
About alcohol …weight …weightlifters
On Sunday we cycled 22 miles on the Row River Trail. It’s about 15 miles south of Eugene. …Stumbled on this video on the Santa Ana River Trail. 55 years ago I lived nearby and ran on it, then private and pristine.