Tag Archives: physical fitness

How Faith Works

Your commitment to Christ is the starting point for everything. As with the rest of Creation, the human body has a rhythm and cycles of its own. Anyone with a good body consciousness can tell it, but it shows up … Continue reading

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Draper Mountain Bike Trails

You can find the official website here. It includes a link to download the PDF map, but that map is out of date by some years. The trails generally have even more loops and switchbacks than drawn in with colored … Continue reading

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Cycling: Catching Up

The river isn’t so dramatic when it has a good flow. This looking north from the bridge at NE 122nd up near Jones. Over the past week or so I haven’t ridden a lot. Excessive wind or just plain bad … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces 22

Yesterday’s heavy workout was just dynamite. I’m still having trouble with the pulled calf muscle; last week I could only jog up the hill, but yesterday I could run slowly. After last night’s heavy storms, we have serious high winds … Continue reading

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The Hard Workout

I do this only once per week, typically on Tuesday. It’s getting warm enough that I have to hit it mid-morning at the latest. The idea is to get a full body workout, with a focus on practical performance activities, … Continue reading

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So Here’s the Plan…

Right on the tail of my bicycle crash about this time last year, I began having serious trouble with tachycardia. This stuff started maybe a decade ago, but it was always pretty innocuous. An episode here and there and it … Continue reading

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The Fixer 01

(This is part 2 of the same story that started with “The Sniper.”) Just a few more seconds and Ned would have it. You wouldn’t likely have noticed him, sitting in a chair with his ticket curled out from between … Continue reading

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