I am an avid podcast listener, as I’ve had it with our standard sound-bite culture and now much prefer long-form conversation and the idea that I can pull what I want from the information vortex rather than having information pushed … Continue reading
Posted in 2014, injury, Mountain biking, recovery, Training report, triathlon, Uncategorized, XTERRA
Tagged Ben Greenfield Fitness, Endurance Planet, Podcasts, Stinky Gear Solutions, triathlon, xterra
I wish I could say that I ready and gunning for a gnarly season in 2014, which is what I was planning at the beginning of the 2013 season, but it just isn’t going to happen, and I’ve been avoiding … Continue reading
Posted in 2014, injury, Matin's Dairy Trail Conditions, Mountain biking, Ride Report, Surfing, Swimming, trail running, Training report, Uncategorized, XTERRA, Yoga
Tagged injury, martin's dairy, Mountain Biking, trail running., xterra
As I continue to nurse my injuries from last year’s over-training and over-racing, I’ve come to terms with several things: 1) Time is essential yet painfully dreadful (I want, but I shouldn’t. I can’t, but I do. Don’t take this … Continue reading
Posted in Beer, injury, Road Biking, trail running, Training report, Uncategorized, Yoga
Tagged beer, Fitness, Kula Yoga, Road Biking, trail running.
As I’m tipping my hat to the South for a rhyming title, I have to admit that it fits. Done. I run. Well… I thought I ran, but then 2013 happened, and I haven’t run since the middle of July. … Continue reading
l l On Sunday 5 Jan and 6 Jan, the waves were cranking again, but I had a bit of an accident on Monday morning. Head on over to Ponceunderground to read the narrative.
I have a confession. I do not enjoy taking a bath. Not in the slightest. I think it is rather disgusting to lie and soak in a hot brew of my own filth. When I do take a bath, it … Continue reading
Posted in injury, Mountain biking, recovery, Rehab, training, Uncategorized, XTERRA
Tagged arnica, bath, bathtub, magnesium, Mountain Biking, off season, recovery, xterra
For a funny way to get tools for self-myofascial release, all you have to do is head to your local pet store. There will be a wide variety of dog toys in various densities and sizes. Many of them work … Continue reading