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The Power of Pace

I played all of the “popular” sports when I was a teenager and loved every second of it. I realized fairly quickly, though, that I was not the most explosive guy on the planet. I wasn’t going to overpower or out-sprint my competition. That’s okay. I found a different edge. I found a way to compete and…

Panic, Joy, and Pheidippides

So much of our current definition of sports, competition, and even the study of exercise science have roots in ancient Greece. Games of archery, discus, javelin, and combat were contested amongst warriors and hunters to test their skills against one another, and even to decide positioning on the battlefield and in the hunt. Elders, philosophers,…

Exercise and Mental Health

Exercise is beneficial to our bodies in so many ways. Have you ever considered how much you are training your brain as well when you exercise? There are many emotional and psychological bonuses from training that will show up in your relationships, home life, and work place success. Consider these points as another source of…