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Salt, Sugar, Fat: Processed Foods and the Body’s Intelligence

Just finished reading Michael Moss’ “Salt, Sugar, Fat” recently. Fascinating book, that. It’s basically a story of people doing what they found themselves having an interest in and…

A Body in Tracked Motion – Life Tracking vs./for Better Technique

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…

Lessons from the Ultra(Running) Fail of Tim Ferriss

Being interested in personal development and the creation of better lives, Tim Ferriss is someone to watch. Between the surprise success of “The 4-Hour Work-Week” and his third…

Everyday Fitness: Move for Training, Train for Movement

When people do something for their fitness, it’s typically for a very distinct aim: losing weight, getting into (a certain) better shape, running a marathon, bench-pressing a certain…

The Manliness of Personal Grooming

… or, Everyday Life Lessons with a Sharp Blade Talk is going around about the demise of guys; men have apparently gone missing – and the images by…

Everyday Fitness: If You Can’t Run, Then Walk

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…

Running in 2013: 3 Races, 3 Rounds

There it goes again… I was planning on just going for self-designed adventures this year, in order to avoid mass events, the waste produced at them, and the…

Refuelling to Run Life

Of course we eat, whether we run or not. You live, you eat. Running and eating, however, often seem to run counter to each other, even while these…

The Off-Season of Life?

Cold outside, uncomfortable, few if any races on the schedule…. the running season is over, the discussion on runner’s websites seems to have switched to either how to…