Two videos I came across these last few days, videos which are just too good not to share them here:
The Suunto Ambit2 (my tool of choice for an exploratory lifestyle to get at home) gets trackback – and sometimes, the power you need most is that to turn right back around My plans for this year’s running had included quitting with races and just
With globalization, virtualization, and all those things supposed to have been making the world a flat global village in which places don’t matter because it’s all the same everywhere, we’ve been seeing the return of geography, with a vengeance. We supposedly know everything about every
Moving comes naturally to us; running might even have made us, as a species. It does us good, physically and psychologically. Our “modern” lifestyles, though, oftentimes make us look as if we could just as well be rooted to a spot – and the consequences
A year ends, a new year starts, gym memberships go up – but it’s not the solution, it’s perhaps a part of the “disease” that we think we need fitness centers for our health and fitness. And no, it doesn’t necessarily take running, either. Of
How do you make yourself at home where you are, as you are, but with growth and learning? For me, in 2012, this was very much about physical activity around the places where I live. Often enough, truly around, seeing how I usually run in
Saturday, August 25 saw me at the mountain marathon in and around Linz (Linzer Bergmarathon). It brought to a close the mountain marathon cup in Upper Austria, the set of three mountain ultramarathons I participated in this summer – and where Paul Auster describes his
… and the way is up, because it’s the Höllkogel (“hell peak”) I’m talking about, and it’s the path to better. The backs of my hands hurt. You can see a distinct line where the shirt began, and find another color again on my palms.