"...and the work gets done."
Nice piece on Track Focus about GalenRupp and Alan Webb doing a workout inside the Mia Hamm building on the Nike campus. Not much more to say
Running on Faith; Every Body Welcomeby
, but by 5’9” Mo Farah of England and 5’11” American
GalenRupp. As impressive as Rupp... more slender at 150lbs. GalenRupp looks like he might snap in half if you hug him forcefully...
It's All Relativeby
amazing. And the race was step up (with pacemakers, etc...) for GalenRupp to break the American Record but in comes unheralded Chris Solinsky (who nobody was even talking about!) and steals Rupp's thunder! I love...
Adrenal Fatigue and Jimmy Moore's LLVLC Podcastby
Dr. B G
why this was the case. Recently I returned to a stable LC (paleo) + rice + workouts (which worked for my initial 50 lbs... are substantially higher on workout days (100-150 grams wholly based on glycolytic activity and stress) and the weight...
How to Find a Cowpooling Sourceby
: Buy live whole lamb from the Anderson Farm at $1.30 per pound, or whole or half cows from the Galen..., Recipes and Workouts Delivered to Your Inbox
Cowpooling: Share a Side
The merry pranksters at LetsRun.com are notorious for making fun of Olympic silver medalist GalenRupp – so much so that they’ve shown up on QuickMeme’s “Typical Runner” page . But they’ve extended...
Introduction to Exercise
Most of us know we need to be physically active to be healthy. It's not new information, but it leaves us with
many questions and many opinions. There's plenty of information about physical activity, but sorting through it
and figuring out what to do can be challenging. Instead of answering questions, all that information only seems
to generate more: "What exactly does being physically active mean? Is this physical activity or 'exercise?'
How much do we need versus what can we do to get by? Do we need to do it all at once? Is there an easy way
to fit it into our day, because life is pretty hectic already?" So many questions...plus, almost every day, a new
exercise product is introduced promising a quick fix—to whip us into shape requiring only the slightest
amount of effort on our part. If only that were true, we tell ourselves....