As I experiment with eating low-carb, primal and wheat-free I'm discovering more and more connections.
In October of last year, after running a very good but very difficult trail half-marathon I started wondering about what I could do to impro... Read more
This is the adult beginner's group doing their first "performance". I'm the one with the blue umbrella that collapsed half way through. We had lots of fun and that's what exercise needs to be all about.
My goal for next year is to get some b... Read more
I'm talking to myself here and to everyone who is willing to listen. We can do so much more than we think we can do and even have fun doing it.
sports.yahoo.com/blogs/o lympics-fourth-place-medal /86-old-performs-parallel- bar... Read more
I was active all day moving things around at the barn, fixing fence, playing with the horses, walking dogs, cleaning and even cooking. One of the biggest inspirations I am getting from Mark Sisson's book about the primal diet is not about diet a... Read more
This is a 17 minute video that could be life-changing for many. Dr. Terry Wahl is a great speaker in addition to having a passionate message for health.
www.youtube.com/watch?fe ature=player_embedded&v=KL jgBLwH3Wc ... Read more
This first link was just very encouraging for me to see. Living in the country I often think about the much more limited options that city dwellers have to be in a natural environment, at least without getting in the car, and also the much more ... Read more
This one has a lot of interesting comments and testimonies and I had missed it during the first round.
www.wheatbellyblog.com/2 012/02/youre-lucky-that-yo ur-hair-is-falling-out-you ll-save-money-at-the-beauty-salon/ ... Read more
There are already many blogs and forums that address all the questions that people have about the wisdom or barefoot running. I share many of the concerns that are common but have still decided to do some of my running miles completely barefoot ... Read more
1. Take one week to walk around the house barefoot a lot; jog in place or from room to room in the house for a few minutes every day during this week
2. In week two start walking barefoot outside on a fairly smooth but firm surface (asphalt is... Read more
It was short, only 0.6 miles on asphalt. Once the road turned to chip-sealed I could only keep going another 100 feet or so comfortably. The weather was over 60 degrees so I was definitely not cold. My running felt no different to me than runnin... Read more
I found this link in a thread on one of my spark teams, can't remember now where, if it was you, thank you.
It is fairly short and to the point.
www.sott.net/articles/sh ow/242516-World-Renown-Hea rt-Surgeon-Speaks-Out-On-W... Read more
It all depends on the weather later in the week. I've never done much barefoot running, anything longer than half a mile was in minimalist shoes, but I think it's a good time right now to give my technique a little tune-up. There is no better wa... Read more