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  1. Stoicism for Trail Runners

    “We are more often frightened than hurt; and we suffer more in imagination than in reality.”


    Before I start, let me quickly clear up some misconceptions about what Stoicism is. Because of the use of the word stoic in the English language, there is a connotation that stoicism is …

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  2. A quick, simple strength training program for trail runners

    Strength training is a critically important part of a trail runner's program, but one that's overlooked far too often.  Runners want to spend their spare time running.  They don't want to waste it beefing up in the gym.  Trail runners, especially, want to spend their time outdoors, enjoying nature.  Would …

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  3. Why do my eyes water when I run?

    Having your eyes water when you run can be annoying. There are a few reasons why your eyes might be watering, and a few solutions to the problem.

    Essentially, it boils down to excessive tear production or poor tear draining.  But if it only starts being a problem when you …

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