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The New Balance 110 trail running shoe has been my most anticipated shoe to date. Having transitioned to a minimalist shoe philosophy thanks in large part to the blogging of Anton Krupicka and the assistance...

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Running the Rift, winner of the 2010 Bellwether Prize for Fiction, follows the progress of Jean Patrick Nkuba from the day he knows that running will be his life to the moment he must run...

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Winter, work, kids, cookies and past fitness failures will have a hard time holding you back this year. Browse this list of fitness goal tips to find the motivation you need to identify, train for...

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And a desert that never ends- A sky so wide You can feel your heart turn quiet, And then I listen For the voices of my friends One rides in the summer wind beside me,...

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Billy Mills is the only American ever to win the 10,000 meters at the Olympics, and only the second Native American to win a gold medal. Watch as he gets pushed, the race looks lost,...

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Update: 5/1/2013 My introduction to the New Balance Minimus 20v3 Cross-Training shoes occurred during a search to find a minimalist cross-training and basketball shoe. The transition to minimalist running shoes took some time and effort.  Lacing...

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Finding the right glove can be difficult – especially a good all-around glove. Depending on your cold tolerance, dexterity needs and a variety of other complicating factors, simply waltzing into a store and grabbing a...

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Gallup, New Mexico is a rugged railroad town bordering the Navajo Reservation along Route 66 and Interstate 40 in the high country of western New Mexico. Finding big city benefits and diversions in Gallup is...

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A true artist and professional vagabond, Joe Grant and his Alpine Works project consistently capture the strange tension of delicate beauty and raw natural forces we experience as life. His word-smithing and adventures are a...

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For those of us tethered to urban environs by the taskmasters of food, shelter, clothing and bread-winning, finding wilderness can be difficult. Especially finding wilderness in a timely manner. Here in Colorado, summer weekends can...

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