Monthly Archives: August 2012

Collateral Benefits of Running Outside

I struggled with calling this post “Collateral Damage of Running Outside”, but I’m trying to take a positive view on it lead to framing this as benefits.  And that is a fair characterization rather than just trying to be all smiley and rainbows about pain. What’s the beneficial damage?  Blisters.  …

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Quick Meal Prep Tip

I’ve been getting quite a few questions about meal prep and cooking.  People can’t seem to find a quick, easy and, perhaps most important, recipe that is Slow Carb Diet compliant.  I did post a little PDF cook book on the newbodi.es links page, but people want more than that. …

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Atrophy from a 2.5 Month Hiatus from Running

I just did my second run since having to stop before my hernia surgery about 2.5 months ago.  I thought it would be interesting to share the areas of atrophy I’ve noticed – including some unexpected ones that may not qualify for atrophy in the medical sense so much as …

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Fit Isn’t Invincible

This may seem obvious, but it does warrant discussion.  Being in great shape does not make you invincible. As I’ve mentioned before, I recently had double hernia surgery with the full open method (rather than laparoscopically).  I got in as good physical shape as I possibly could to try to …

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