Sunday Morning Reads – 12.21.13

First off is an article from Steve Magness. It’s an insightful framing of the placebo effect and it’s place in running. Some interesting science in his explanation of the placebo effect in the medical world, and in this bit from Trent Stellingwerf:   ”Stellingwerff brought up the fact that the effects of proven ergogenic aids don’t…

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Sunday Morning Reads 05.05.13

Good morning. Hope you’re well. The first read is from Steve Magness. If you don’t understand the importance of stress and your training then you don’t fully understand training theory. It’s a great read. Here is an article I wrote on mileage. Reader’s Digest version: The more the better, yet most working adults have a…

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Dissent makes sense

My 12″ Power PC G4 has a dictionary widget.  The definition for dissent is below. During a long run this weekend I had a conversation with Todd Straka about the blog you’re reading.  He’s had the url BoulderRunning.com for several years and knows a great deal about running a running web site. In the course…

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