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Meeting Wim Hof

This past weekend I was at the Longevity Now Conference in Anaheim. One of the speakers was the Ice Man, Wim Hof. In case you’re not familiar with him he’s the holder of 26 world records including the longest ice bath, climbing Mt. Everest in shorts, completing a marathon in the Arctic circle in shorts, […]

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Conditioning Continuum

No Conditioning

A new article all about conditioning and endurance exercise has been put on Breaking Muscle. Why I Don’t Do “Conditioning” and You Don’t Have to Either It’s too bad that running a marathon is still looked at by many as the epitome of fitness. Even the man who popularized running, Kenneth Cooper, later in his […]

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Running on the track

Running Transformed

Cast you mind back to many years ago. Were you ever taught how to run? I wasn’t. Running is just a basic motion that anyone should be able to do with some efficiency. For those who are so out of shape that they can’t run a mile, or a short sprint, without any adverse effects, […]

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